Ivanka Trump ditched her thigh-high skirt for a more casual look as she spent the evening with her two sons.
The first daughter was spotted with the two youngsters, Joseph and Theodore, as they arrived to her Washington, DC, home Wednesday evening shortly before 7pm.
Ivanka was seen carrying two-year-old Theodore as four-year-old Joseph walked in front of her.
She sported a pair of blue jeans, a white blouse and black shoes, an outfit quite different from her early morning attire.
Ivanka Trump ditched her thigh-high skirt for a more casual look as she spent the evening with her two sons
The first daughter was spotted with the two youngsters, Joseph and Theodore, as they arrived to her Washington, DC, home Wednesday evening shortly before 7pm
She sported a pair of blue jeans, a white blouse and black shoes, an outfit quite different from her early morning attire
Ivanka showed off her legs in a midi skirt with a thigh-high slit as she left her Kalorama home Wednesday morning around 9am.
The first daughter sported the all-black outfit as she held a pile of newspapers and her laptop in her hand.
Ivanka, 36, wore a casual crew neck T-shirt tucked into the budget-friendly $49.90 Zara wrap skirt, which featured white stitching and a large button at the waist as she made her way to work.
In addition to the stitching and button detail, the skirt has a large front slit that bared Ivanka’s legs as she made her way to the SUV parked outside of her home.
The senior adviser topped off her outfit with a pair of black slingback heels and black frame sunglasses.
She wore minimal jewelry aside from stud earrings and a red string bracelet on her left wrist.
On the go: Ivanka Trump, 36, bared her legs in a Zara wrap skirt with a high slit as she stepped out of her DC home on Wednesday morning around 9am
New York chic: The first daughter wore an all-black outfit as she made her way to work
Though she hasn’t spoken about the purpose of the string, it does bear a resemblance to the type of red string that Kabbalah practitioners wear to ward off the ‘evil eye’.
It looked like Ivanka let her hair dry naturally — something she was a fan of doing before she became first daughter.
When she was working in New York City before her father was elected president, the businesswoman had a penchant for heading into her Trump Tower office with her hair wet.
‘I don’t own a blowdryer — I don’t know how to use it,’ she told Harper’s Bazaar in 2015. ‘Most mornings, I walk to work with my hair wet.’
Now the mother-of-three has a team of stylists to get her ready when she pleases, but she still chooses her own looks from time to time.
Ivanka’s husband, Jared Kushner, got a bit of an earlier start on Wednesday. The 37-year-old senior adviser was seen heading to work around 7.15am.
While his wife stepped out of the bottom gate of their home and made her way to the Secret Service SUV parked at the curb, Jared opted to use the front door.
Leaving: She was seen making her way to the Secret Service SUV parked outside of her home
Earlier riser: Ivanka’s husband, Jared Kushner, got a bit of an earlier start on Wednesday
Heading to work: Wearing a navy suit, Jared, 37, was seen leaving the front door of their home around 7:15 a.m.
Wearing a navy suit and a dark tie, the father-of-three flashed a smile while walking down the steps of their home.
Ivanka made a much quicker exit on Friday morning when she headed to work in her Secret Service SUV, leaving straight from her garage to avoid the rain.
The first daughter was seen sitting in the back of the black SUV, looking out the window as she departed a little after 9am.
She was photographed gazing outside, her long hair down on her shoulders, while she was whisked away to work.
Ivanka was pictured later in the day attending the Prison Reform Summit at the White House.
She listened as her father, President Donald Trump, addressed the crowd, acknowledging a deadly school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas, before resuming his speech.
Ride: Ivanka made a quick exit on Friday morning as she headed to work in her Secret Service SUV, avoiding the rain inside her vehicle
Glimpse: The first daughter was seen sitting in the back of the black SUV, looking out the window as she departed a little after 9am
On Friday morning, Ivanka’s husband and fellow White House adviser, Jared, opted to brave the elements in a rain coat.
Jared was all smiles as he left around 7.30am, walking the short distance between his house in the upscale neighborhood of Kalorama and his own Secret Service car.
He returned to Washington, DC earlier that week after he helped inaugurate the new US embassy in Jerusalem.
Both Ivanka and Jared have come under fire for celebrating the opening while deadly clashes erupted, with Israeli soldiers killing dozens of Palestinians in Gaza.
Jared was photographed on May 18 returning to his home in DC, getting out of an SUV as a Secret Service agent held the door open for him and strolling into his home.
Greeting the day: Meanwhile, Ivanka’s husband and fellow White House adviser opted to brave the elements in a rain coat
In high spirits: Jared was all smiles as he left around 7.30am, walking the short distance between his house in the upscale neighborhood of Kalorama and his own Secret Service car
Mingling: Ivanka was pictured later on Friday attending the Prison Reform Summit at the White House, during which her father gave a speech
Power couple: Jared and Ivanka sat next to each other near CNN’s Van Jones
Tuning in: Ivanka (pictured next to Jeff Sessions) listened as her father addressed the crowd, acknowledging a deadly school shooting in Texas before resuming his speech
Snap: Jared was pictured taking a selfie with a guest after the Prison Reform Summit
On Monday May 14, the day of the new embassy’s inauguration, the world witnessed scenes of jarring contrast.
Israeli forces killed nearly 60 Palestinians, most by gunfire, and injured more than 2,700 during protests along the Gaza border, while a few miles away Israel and the US held a festive inauguration ceremony for the new diplomatic post in Jerusalem.
The high toll in Gaza revived international criticism of Israel’s use of lethal force against unarmed protesters, while the opening of the embassy, condemned by Palestinians as blatantly pro-Israel, further dimmed prospects of what President Trump had once touted as plans to negotiate the Middle East ‘deal of the century’.
The Gaza Health Ministry said 58 Palestinians were killed, including 57 by Israeli fire and a baby who died from tear gas inhalation.
More than 2,700 were hurt, 1,360 by gunfire, the ministry said. Of the wounded, 130 were in serious or critical condition.
Israel has defended its actions, saying troops were defending its border. It also accused Hamas militants of trying to carry out attacks under the cover of the protests.
Back: On Tuesday, May 15, Jared was photographed returning to his home in Washington, DC, after he helped inaugurate the new United States embassy in Jerusalem
Embassy: Both Ivanka and Jared have come under fire for celebrating the opening (pictured) while deadly clashes erupted, with Israeli soldiers killing dozens of Palestinians in Gaza
Jarring: The festivities in Jerusalem (left) were a stark contrast to the bloodshed on the Gaza border (right) where dozens of protesters were killed by Israeli snipers
Address: Jared delivered a speech at the inauguration ceremony for the embassy that struck many as callous and cold-hearted. Pictured is a young child overcome by tear gas
The Israeli military said its aircraft had struck 11 ‘terror targets’ in a Hamas military compound a day earlier, and that tanks targeted two Hamas posts.
It said protesters used 10 explosive devices and firebombs against troops and that shots were fired at soldiers positioned along the border.
While in Israel, Ivanka and Jared served as the face of the administration. The power couple was photographed hobnobbing with senior Israeli officials in a celebratory dinner after the inauguration.
Jared, whose portfolio as senior adviser to the president includes responsibility for solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, delivered a speech at the inauguration ceremony for the embassy that struck many as callous and cold-hearted.
While Jared was speaking, Israeli soldiers were gunning down Palestinians who protested en masse near the fence that rings the Gaza Strip.
He suggested the terror group Hamas was responsible for bloodshed in Gaza that raged while speech after speech wore on.
‘As we have seen from the protests of the last month and even today, those provoking violence are part of the problem and not part of the solution,’ Donald Trump’s son-in-law told the crowd as his wife Ivanka looked on.
Advisers: The trip gave the pair an opportunity to serve as the face of the administration
Event: The power couple was photographed hobnobbing with senior Israeli officials in a celebratory dinner after the inauguration. Jared is seen above looking on as wife Ivanka shakes hands with Naftali Bennett, Israel’s minister of education
Two hours later, however, a White House aide gave television reporters a transcript that omitted that line.
An MSNBC journalist caused a firestorm overnight by tweeting about the discrepancy.
DailyMail.com requested an official transcript from the National Security Council on Tuesday morning. It arrived complete and intact. It’s still not clear why it was missing, and what led to it being re-inserted.
It would have been impossible for the White House to hide Jared’s words, which were broadcast worldwide.
Jared said on Monday that the US showed the world it could be trusted by opening its Israeli embassy in Jerusalem.
‘When President Trump makes a promise, he keeps it,’ Jared said at the embassy’s opening ceremony.