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Hope Hicks goes retro in neon blue blazer and black shades

Hope Hicks got an early start on Wednesday, heading off to work shortly after 8am following her midday arrival at the office on Tuesday.

The outgoing White House Communications Director was certainly not tying to blend in either, outfitting herself in a Veronica Beard blazer that called to mind Kim Cattrall’s character in Mannequin with its shoulder pads, structured look and neon blue color. 

She went back to black for the rest of her look meanwhile, which included her favorite Stuart Weitzmann suede boots, turtleneck, slacks and a pair of cat-eye sunglasses.

Her hair meanwhile was done up in a bun and she wore a pair of pearl studs. 

Mannequin: Hope Hicks headed to work in an all-black look on Wednesday which she paired with a neon blue jacket and black sunglasses (above)

And who am I? That's one secret I'll never tell: Hicks could be seen looking over an email (above) while heading towards her waiting car 

And who am I? That’s one secret I’ll never tell: Hicks could be seen looking over an email (above) while heading towards her waiting car 

Beat-hick poet: The look was remarkably similar to the one she wore on Tuesday when she rolled into the White House at noon

Hicks on Tuesday

Beat-hick poet: The look was remarkably similar to the one she wore on Tuesday when she rolled into the White House at noon

The great bright Hope: Hicks' blazer called to mind Kim Cattrall's character in Mannequin with its shoulder pads, structured look and neon blue color

The great bright Hope: Hicks’ blazer called to mind Kim Cattrall’s character in Mannequin with its shoulder pads, structured look and neon blue color

The look was remarkably similar to the one Hicks wore on Tuesday, when she was snapped rolling into work at noon.

The only changes where her suede boots in place of suede heels, a black turtleneck instead of a white one and a different Veronica Beard blazer.

Hicks was also wearing diamond studs as opposed to pearls and her recently blown-out hair was worn down on Tuesday. 

She could  been seen reading an email on her phone as she exited her building on Wednesday.

It will likely be another low-key day in the office for the Trump loyalist, with her boss not expected back until later this evening.

President Trump spent the night in California after a fundraiser on Tuesday and is stopping in Missouri on Wednesday afternoon on his way back to the nation’s capital.

Hicks is now starting her third week at work after announcing she would be stepping down from her post in the Trump administration, making her one of the many who has exited the team over the past month.

That mass exodus kicked off with the ousting of Hicks’ boyfriend Rob Porter.

Feline herself: It will likely be another low-key day in the office for the Trump loyalist, with her boss not expected back until later this evening

Feline herself: It will likely be another low-key day in the office for the Trump loyalist, with her boss not expected back until later this evening

Funny face: Hicks was outfitted in her favorite Stuart Weitzmann suede boots, a turtleneck, slacks and a pair of cat-eye sunglasses that were all in black

Funny face: Hicks was outfitted in her favorite Stuart Weitzmann suede boots, a turtleneck, slacks and a pair of cat-eye sunglasses that were all in black

Porter resigned from his post after DailyMail.com revealed that he had been accused of physically abusing his two ex-wives in early February, a claim that the administration tried to initially deny.

That was on February 7, and since that time there have been five additional members of President Trump’s administration have left their posts, including Hicks.

She gave her notice on February 28, one day after the Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s West Wing-ally and spokesperson Josh Raffel announced he was stepping down from his post as senior communications official.

Economic adviser Gary Cohn was the next to go on March 6, and on March 12 President Trump’s personal aide John McEntee was escorted out of the White House by security.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was fired by President Trump on Tuesday, and then hours later was followed by Undersecretary of State Steve Goldstein.

That second firing was a result of the first, with reports emerging that Goldstein was let go for contradicting the administration’s version of events as it pertained to Tillerson’s exit. 



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