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Ivanka Trump opted for a ladylike navy blouse and a calf-length white skirt for a meeting on Capitol Hill on Thursday afternoon.
The 36-year-old first daughter was visiting the Rayburn House Office Building to push for senators to pass a bill to modernize the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education (CTE) Act, which was last reauthorized in 2006.
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Ivanka was seen strolling the hallway of the Capitol Hill building in a navy and white blouse and a floaty white midi-skirt by Georgia Alice.
She topped off the look with a pair of navy blue pointed-toe pumps and a white handbag that she carried with her left hand.
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The White House senior adviser was chatting on her cellphone on her way to the meeting, and at one point, she had a bright smile on her face.
Her long blonde hair was loose around her shoulders, and she opted for natural-looking make-up.
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Ivanka later took to Instagram to share a photo of herself posed with a group of people during the meeting.
'Back on the Hill today pushing Perkins Career + Technical Education,' she captioned the image. 'Looking forward to getting this important bill over the 1 yard line and to the President’s desk! #workforce #PerkinsCTE.'
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The Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) passed an update to the CTE Act on June 26, and the Trump administration has entrusted Ivanka to advocate for the bipartisan bill.
The goal of the reauthorization is to increase access to career and technical education programs and improve them to better prepare students for 21st century jobs.
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