Ivanka Trump’s outfits are never really too revealing, but it doesn’t stop her from making some pretty controversial choices when it comes to her wardrobe. She’s either flashing her lavish lifestyle, promoting her own products, or just wearing something that goes against the message she seems to be pushing. Let’s take a look at some of her most controversial fashion faux-pas.
1. The Silver Dress
When you first look at it, you might think it’s a bit garish, but you know, she’s a Trump so it’s not exactly shocking. But it’s the context that matters. She posted a photo of this dress days after Donald Trump announced the Muslim Ban, which resulted in children being separated from their parents. People were very quick to compare Ivanka’s lavish $5000 Carolina Hererra dress with kids wearing sheets of aluminum foil for warmth to point out the wealth inequality.
2. The Not American Dress
So, there are a few problems with this dress. This is a dress that cost around $2000 by a French designer Roland Mouret, it was made in the UK. And Ivanka wore it to her father’s first address to the Congress, in which he pushed the message of buying American things made in America by Americans.
3. The Self-Promotion Dress
Ivanka wore this blush-colored dress to her RNC speech, and overall it would’ve been fine. But she then chose to make a bunch of money on it by posting a link to it on her Twitter saying you can buy a dress like the one she wore if you click through. That was an affiliate link, meaning she was making money off of every single purchase made through that link. That’s just greedy considering her wealth and status.