Ivanka’s modest dress at RNC speech shows high class doesn’t need a high pricetag

Ivanka Trump looked like a million bucks when she stepped onto the stage at the RNC Thursday.

But, in the words of the iconic 1970s “Ritz Thrift Shop” ads in New York City, “you don’t need a million to look like a million.”

Trump reportedly wore a $138 dress from her own collection, sold at Macy’s, when she gave her speech and then introduced her father, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

And it wasn’t the only night she wore and affordable ensemble.

“The entrepreneur was also sporting her own designs — $158 off-white dress, $135 black suede pumps and her own considerably pricier precious jewelry — in the Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday night, when photographers shot her pointing toward her father’s nemesis Ted Cruz,” Women’s Wear Daily reported.

Compare that to the $12,485 Giorgio Armani jacket Hillary Clinton wore during her New York primary win in April, for which she was roundly criticized, and decide who is really out of touch with the common man.

Social media took notice.

But some were unhappy that the dress was made in China.

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