During the introduction of her father Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention Thursday night, Ivanka Trump said from a young age she was taught to dream big. She said her father would often remind her, “Ivanka, if you’re going to be thinking anyway, you might as well think big.”
It appears she has also taken to thinking outside the box, as the night of the convention she chose to wear a department store dress she designed herself, rather than an expensive item chosen by a stylist.
Ivanka's $138 dress. Remember Hillary's $12,000 Chairman Mao's jacket? pic.twitter.com/zEPpGhS5mq
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The dress is described on the Macy’s department store website as the “Ivanka Trump Sleeveless Studded Sheath Dress,” and is “sophisticated” for “both social and professional occasions.”
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According to the Independent Journal, the dress was selling for $138 dollars from Macy’s but since the writing of this article, the dress is no longer available online, apparently sold-out after news broke of Ivanka’s style available at the department store.
Western Journalism confirmed after contacting a Macy’s representative that indeed the dress has completely sold out, presumably from the RNC appearance.
By contrast, Hillary Clinton’s wardrobe reflects price tags out of touch with most Americans. The Democratic presidential candidate’s campaign attire reportedly runs into the tens of thousands of dollars per outfit and has a total value of over 200 thousand dollars. (For more from the author of “Ivanka Trump’s RNC Dress Sells out in One Day” please click HERE)