- Ivanka, 37, was seen leaving her Washington, D.C. home on Thursday morning wearing a $712.50 powder blue and cream shirtdress from Beulah London
- The British brand donates 10% of its profits to projects and partners who create opportunities for women who have been trafficked into the sex trade
- Ivanka joined Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in unveiling the 2019 Trafficking in Persons Report at the State Department later that day
- They honored those who've dedicated their lives to ending human trafficking
- A watchdog group has asked the federal government to investigate Ivanka on Thursday, claiming she violated the Hatch Act
- The law prohibits federal employees from using their influence interfere in the results of a partisan election
- Ivanka Trump was strategic with her outfit choice on Thursday morning when she put on a shirtdress from Beulah London, a luxury brand that invests a portion of its profits to create employment opportunities for vulnerable and trafficked women around the world.The 37-year-old first daughter donned the demure frock to join Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in unveiling the 2019 Trafficking in Persons Report at the State Department, where they honored those who have dedicated their lives to ending human trafficking.Ivanka was wearing the $712.50 powder blue and cream shirtdress from the British fashion label — a possible purchase from her recent trip to the UK — when she stepped out of her Washington, D.C. home and headed to the event just before 8:30 a.m.
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