Ivanka Trump looked more than ready for summer as she stepped out of her Washington D.C. home for a date night, but had to borrow her husband’s jacket as the weather cooled.
The president’s daughter and her husband Jared Kushner were seen heading out to dinner a little after 6pm on Friday night.
The 36-year-old White House adviser looked glamorous as she showed off her arms in a white Self Portrait asymmetric dress adorned with a black belt and a price tag of $495.
Date night! Ivanka Trump, 36, was pictured leaving her Washington D.C. home with her husband Jared Kushner on Friday
The first daughter showed off her arms in a $495 white dress adorned with a black belt
A few hours later the couple was seen returning to their home on foot, smiling and looking lovingly at each other. It appears Ivanka underestimated the weather as she was pictured wearing Jared’s jacket as the pair headed back to their home.
The first daughter’s outing with her husband comes hours after she watched her dad pay tribute to the members of the U.S. Winter Olympic and Paralympic teams at the White House.
The senior adviser, who led the U.S. delegation at the Winter Games closing ceremony in February.
The president credited the Pyeongchang Winter Games with helping bring about this week’s historic meeting between South Korea’s Moon Jae-in and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un.
The couple was pictured walking home a few hours later and staring lovingly into each other’s eyes
Too cold for shoulders: Jared let Ivanka wear his jacket as they walked back to their home
‘A lot of good things are happening right now over there,’ Trump said. ‘And the Olympics really helped to bring it all together.”
However, some of Team USA’s most notable athletes were noticeably absent from the event hosted by President Trump.
Invites were extended to about 200 Winter Olympians and Paralympians with roughly one-third of Team USA declining to participate in the festivities at nation’s capital, according to AOL News.
Alpine skier Lindsey Vonn, figure skater Adam Rippon, and freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy have all spoke out against the Trump administration and were among those who skipped out on the White House visit.
Kenworthy, an openly gay Olympian, celebrated the number of athletes who opted not to attend the event on Friday.
Celebration: Ivanka Trump joined her father, President Donald Trump, in honoring members of the U.S. Winter Olympic and Paralympic teams at the White House earlier on Friday
Enjoying herself: Ivanka stood alongside the Olympians during the ceremony
‘All US Olympians and Paralympians are invited to visit the White House and meet the President after the Games. Today is this year’s visit and USOC spokesperson says he’s never seen so many athletes turn down their invites. The resistance is real,’ he tweeted.
Rippon tweeted about his absence on Friday, writing: ‘Olympians from the 2018 Games have been invited to go to the White House today. I will not be going.
‘I will not stand with people who discriminate against those that they perceive as different. In lieu of going to DC, I have donated to a few of my favorite causes.’
No thanks: Alpine skier Lindsey Vonn (L) and figure skater Adam Rippon (R) were among the Olympians who declined their invites to the White House reception due to political reasons
Standing his ground: Gus Kenworthy, an openly gay Olympian and an open critic of the Trump administration, also skipped out on the event and applauded others for doing so
While Vonn, Rippon, and Kenworthy have made it clear that they are missing the event for political reasons, others had varying reasons for skipping the reception.
Snowboarders Chloe Kim and Shaun White said they are attending weddings, while figure skater Mirai Nagasu and other Olympic athletes are preparing to compete on ‘Dancing With the Stars.’
Ivanka also celebrated the athletes at the Team USA Awards at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, D.C. on Thursday.
The first daughter donned a$1,085 black and white lace midi dress by Alexis, pairing the fit-and-flare frock with jewel-buckled pumps from her eponymous clothing line