Do You Think Tiffany Trump’s Outfit Was Inappropriate? Look Below Her Waist And Decide [PHOTOS] staff June 25, 2020 Uncategorized 5 You Might Like Tiffany Trump has sparked some controversy after wearing a short skirt to her father’s National Thanksgiving Turkey Presentation last year. Tiffany, 24, was spotted baring her legs at the pardoning of the National Thanksgiving Turkey on Nov. 21, the Daily Mail reported. Her half-sister, Ivanka, and her daughter, Arabella, were also present for the annual White House event. Tiffany and Ivanka were photographed smiling and holding Arabella’s hand. They all wore similar shades of red. Ivanka donned a $2,995 double-breasted Dolce & Gabbana peacoat along with a $1,695 floral jacquard skirt. She completed the look with black tights, black stilettos and a large black tote. Tiffany, on the other hand, opted for a tweed pink jacket and black heels. Several social media users felt her outfit was inappropriate for a White House event. “That outfit is WAY too short for an official function. It’s embarrassing and tasteless,” wrote one social media user. “She needs to fire her stylist, or if she picked that out herself she needs to hire one ASAP!” “What’s the point of wearing a coat when you are naked from the waist down?” asked another user. “I hope a stylist has an honest, serious talk with Tiffany. It’s unfortunate she is setting herself up for unkind comments,” added another. Others compared the two sisters’ fashion senses. “Tiffany’s Coat is clearly a size too small,” wrote one user. “Ivanka’s look is classic.” “Ivanka should’ve told her as a big sister that it’s very unlady-like to wear such a short skirt, with heels and no pantyhose at this type of an occasion and in First Daughter capacity,” wrote another. “It’s fine if you’re at the bar on a Friday night but she looks ridiculous.” Others were not impressed with either daughter. “Feel sorry for Tiffany. Not a good look with bare legs,” another commenter wrote. “Ivanka’s outfit isn’t great either. Clashes a bit and a somewhat old fashioned. Although I’m not a fan of any of them. You can rarely fault Melania’s sense of style.” President Donald Trump tried his hand at some light-hearted comedy at the event by making a joke about the turkeys previously pardoned by former President Barack Obama, AOL News reported “As many of you know, I have been very active in overturning a number of executive actions by my predecessor, however I have been informed by the White House Counsel’s office that Tater and Tot’s pardons cannot under any circumstances be revoked,” Trump said. “Tater and Tot, you can rest easy.” Sources: Daily Mail, AOL News / Featured Image: Disney / ABC Television Group/Flickr / Embedded Images: AFP/Getty Images via Daily Mail 5 Responses Mark Little June 26, 2020 Nothing is wrong with her dress. She is very pretty and has great legs. Reply H.D. June 26, 2020 Nothing wrong with their dress, the only thing wrong here are the bigoted jerks that must find something to nitpick. Reply MikefromTexas June 26, 2020 Why does the media worry about someone attire? Guess they have no real news to report. Reply Bama Bill July 3, 2020 Bet you never saw Michael Obama with his “Tool” hanging down in his shorts? What a disgusting person. Tiffany? Now she is a really pretty lady with nice legs! I like to see her, no matter what she is wearing. Biden promises to add “Christians” to the “Terrorist” list! Unless they embrace homosexuality and denounce Christianity! Now are you going to vote for him? He’ll never be anything more than what he has been, a “Union Stooge” that just “Does what he is told to do”. Just like my union boss at the AFL-CIO office said to me, “We tell the newspapers what to print, and they damn well print it!, Or else!”. Just like the Mafia’s “Offer you’s can’t refuse”? Reply Jesse July 5, 2020 She is a Beautiful young woman and NOTHING is wrong about her outfit except there is no picture of her without the coat. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.