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Ivanka Trump dons plaid for the THIRD time in four days

Ivanka Trump seems to be loving plaid at the moment, and stepped out of her house this morning donning the print for the third time in four days.

The first daughter, 35, was pictured leaving her house in Washington, D.C., modeling a black and white dress with a thin plaid pattern.

That same dress, lined with ruffled at the top and cinched with three belts around the waist, was previously worn by Jessica Biel, who is also 35.

Print: Ivanka Trump seems to be loving plaid at the moment, and stepped out of her house this morning donning the print for the third time in four days

Garment: The first daughter, 35, was pictured leaving her house in Washington, D.C., modeling a black and white dress with a thin plaid pattern

Garment: The first daughter, 35, was pictured leaving her house in Washington, D.C., modeling a black and white dress with a thin plaid pattern

Heading out: Ivanka, who wore her hair down, made her way towards a black SUV waiting for her outside of her residence

Heading out: Ivanka, who wore her hair down, made her way towards a black SUV waiting for her outside of her residence

Heading out: Ivanka, who wore her hair down, made her way towards a black SUV waiting for her outside of her residence

Previously on: That same dress, lined with ruffled at the top and cinched with three belts around the waist, was previously worn by Jessica Biel, who is also 35

Previously on: That same dress, lined with ruffled at the top and cinched with three belts around the waist, was previously worn by Jessica Biel, who is also 35

The actress chose the asymmetrical dress for the April premiere of her movie The Sinner, which came out in August.

While Jessica’s version had a slightly different cut top, with a more prominent sleeve down the left arm, it features the same dark blue lining as Ivanka’s.

The senior White House adviser paired hers with strappy pumps tied with a thin lace around her ankles, and thin metallic earrings.

Ivanka, who wore her hair down, made her way towards a black SUV waiting for her outside of her residence.

Before she stepped inside the vehicle, an assistant was seen handing a beige jacket to a Secret Service agent. The assistant also loaded a purple bag onto the vehicle.

Style: While Jessica's version had a slightly different cut top, with a more prominent sleeve down the left arm, it features the same dark blue lining as Ivanka's

Style: While Jessica’s version had a slightly different cut top, with a more prominent sleeve down the left arm, it features the same dark blue lining as Ivanka’s

Accessories: The senior White House adviser paired hers with strappy pumps tied with a thin lace around her ankles

Accessories: The senior White House adviser paired hers with strappy pumps tied with a thin lace around her ankles

Finishing touches: Ivanka also finished off her outfit with a pair of thin metallic earrings

Finishing touches: Ivanka also finished off her outfit with a pair of thin metallic earrings

Team: Before Ivanka stepped inside the vehicle, an assistant was seen handing a beige jacket to a Secret Service agent

Team: Before Ivanka stepped inside the vehicle, an assistant was seen handing a beige jacket to a Secret Service agent

Belongings: The assistant also loaded a purple bag onto the vehicle that Ivanka boarded

Belongings: The assistant also loaded a purple bag onto the vehicle that Ivanka boarded

The first daughter wore her first plaid outfit of the week on Monday, when she stepped out of her house donning a plaid pencil skirt.

She paired it with a two-toned pink top with striking bell sleeves in a darker, richer pink than the rest of the ensemble.

Along with the $195 top, which is manufactured by the LA-based label Staud, Ivanka wore black stilettos, cutting a chic silhouette that contrasted slightly with her spooky fall decor. 

Ivanka and her family have fully embraced the fall season, and have covered their door with faux cobwebs stretching all across the iron.

Behind the mother of three, a few pumpkins were arranged in the entryway, including one that has been carved to give it a frightening smile.

The work is likely the result of a craft project by one of Ivanka’s children, six-year-old Arabella, four-year-old Joseph, and one-year-old Theodore.

On Wednesday, Ivanka wore the second of her plaid-themed outfits, this time opting for a pantsuit.  

She was photographed leaving her home in the upscale neighborhood of Kalorama, having paired the ensemble with a dark blue top.

This time, Ivanka finished off her outfit with matching blue stilettos with three-inch heels, as well as a pair of earrings made out of a string of four spheres. 

Her husband, 36-year-old Jared Kushner, was seen heading out of their family home on the same day, carrying a messenger bag and a bulkier one fit for short-term travel.

The day also marked the couple’s anniversary eighth wedding anniversary. Ivanka shared one of their wedding photos on Instagram, writing in the caption: ‘Happy eight-year anniversary to the love of my life!’

How it began: The first daughter wore her first plaid outfit of the week on Monday, when she stepped out of her house donning a plaid pencil skirt 

How it began: The first daughter wore her first plaid outfit of the week on Monday, when she stepped out of her house donning a plaid pencil skirt 

Seeing a pattern: On Wednesday, Ivanka wore the second of her plaid-themed outfits, this time opting for a pantsuit 

Seeing a pattern: On Wednesday, Ivanka wore the second of her plaid-themed outfits, this time opting for a pantsuit 

Starting the day: Ivanka's husband, 36-year-old Jared Kushner, was also seen heading out of their family home on Wednesday morning

Starting the day: Ivanka’s husband, 36-year-old Jared Kushner, was also seen heading out of their family home on Wednesday morning

Duties: Ivanka on Wednesday adviser appeared at a press conference with GOP lawmakers to promote her father's proposed tax plan

Duties: Ivanka on Wednesday adviser appeared at a press conference with GOP lawmakers to promote her father’s proposed tax plan

Ivanka has been working this week to promote her father’s proposed tax plan. On Wednesday, she headed to Capitol Hill to discuss the child tax credit with Republican House members and senators. 

The White House adviser appeared at a press conference with GOP lawmakers, where she framed the tax credit as crucial for working families.

‘It is a priority of this administration and it is a legislative priority to ensure that American families can thrive,’ she said.

Two days prior, on Monday, she attended a town hall in Richboro, Philadelphia on Monday to defend the GOP’s proposed reform. 

The event took place with residents and families from the Bucks County area, and Ivanka made the case for how tax reform can benefit working-class and middle-class families.

President Trump’s proposed tax reform has been criticized for disproportionately favoring the rich, while Republicans have sought to promote it as favoring the middle class. 

During the town hall, Ivanka, who has focused on promoting a plan to expand the child tax credit, said that the credit could help young people starting families, as well as families trying to balance key needs with their budgets.

She said the Trump administration’s priority in tax reform is helping middle-income Americans, adding that tax reform will also keep America competitive as businesses consider where to start or grow.

Milestone: Ivanka celebrated her eighth wedding anniversary with Jared on Wednesday and shared this wedding photo on Instagram to mark the occasion 

Milestone: Ivanka celebrated her eighth wedding anniversary with Jared on Wednesday and shared this wedding photo on Instagram to mark the occasion 

Message: Ivanka captioned her Instagram, which has received more than 209,000 likes: 'Happy eight-year anniversary to the love of my life!'

Message: Ivanka captioned her Instagram, which has received more than 209,000 likes: ‘Happy eight-year anniversary to the love of my life!’

Ready! On Sunday, Ivanka shared this photo of her son Joseph dressed as Catboy, a character in the PJ Masks cartoon series, saying he took it for a 'test drive' before Halloween

Ready! On Sunday, Ivanka shared this photo of her son Joseph dressed as Catboy, a character in the PJ Masks cartoon series, saying he took it for a ‘test drive’ before Halloween

A different time: Ivanka  (pictured as a model in 1999) revealed in her mother Ivana's new book, Raising Trump, that she had a 'punk' phase and dyed her hair blue in the 1990s

A different time: Ivanka  (pictured as a model in 1999) revealed in her mother Ivana’s new book, Raising Trump, that she had a ‘punk’ phase and dyed her hair blue in the 1990s

Neutral: While Ivanka sported some edgy  during her time as a model, photos of her as a teenager show that she preferred a classic look. She is pictured aged 13 with Ivana

Neutral: While Ivanka sported some edgy during her time as a model, photos of her as a teenager show that she preferred a classic look. She is pictured aged 13 with Ivana

Going blue: The first daughter did don blue hair on the red carpet of the Met Ball 2013 (pictured), for which she got strands of dark blue added to her blonde locks

Going blue: The first daughter did don blue hair on the red carpet of the Met Ball 2013 (pictured), for which she got strands of dark blue added to her blonde locks

Last week, it was revealed that Ivanka wrote about going through a ‘punk phase’ in her mother Ivana’s new memoir, which left many Twitter users mocking her for her claims.

‘During my punk phase in the nineties, I was really into Nirvana,’ she wrote in a chapter of Raising Trump. ‘My wardrobe consisted of ripped corduroy jeans and flannel shirts.’ 

President Trump’s eldest daughter also shared an anecdote according to which she once dyed her hair blue after school, which wasn’t to the taste of her mother.

‘She took one look at me and immediately went out to the nearest drugstore to buy a $10 box of Nice’n Easy,’ Ivanka added. ‘That night, she forced me to dye my hair back to blonde.’

Ivanka claimed that the shade her mother picked was three tones lighter than her natural blonde, and said she ‘never looked back’ after trying out that new hue.

However, some have pointed out that it is unlikely that store-bought dye would make someone’s hair three shades lighter, especially after the hair was colored blue. 

The first daughter further illustrated her ‘punk phase’ by talking about her passion for Nirvana and the band’s frontman Kurt Cobain, saying the musician’s suicide in 1994 left her shocked and ‘distraught’ when she was 12 years old. 

‘Mom had no idea who Kurt Cobain was, and she sympathized only so much,’ Ivanka wrote. ‘After twenty-four hours of my crying inconsolably in my room, alone — major melodrama—Mom had to pull me out of there to go down to dinner.’

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