The daughter of President Donald Trump had jaws dropping when she posted an October birthday snap in a skin-tight white mini dress that showcased her drop-dead gorgeous legs.
The youngest daughter of the president and his second wife, Marla Maples, Tiffany Trump, delighted her Instagram followers once again in a nude, semi-sheer, dress that was equally stunning.
The 24-year-old Georgetown Law student added metallic heels and a lace frock and wore her hair in a bun to finish the look.
But if she wants to be the number one fashionista in the family she has some tough competition.
First Lady Melania Trump has been impressing everyone with her fashion sense during the president’s trip to Asia.
From her meeting with South Korean first lady Kim Jung-sook, that appeared to borrow from Korean fashion, to her tour of China where she wore a floral gown and beautiful pink heels.
And Tiffany’s older step sister was not going to be outdone either.
The president’s older daughter wowed the crowd when she attended the World Assembly for Women meeting in Tokyo with her father and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
The 36-year-old then came back to the states to tout her father’s tax plan and slayed it in a pair of black knee-high boots.
It is tough to determine which of the three is the bigger fashionista, but needless to say, we are all winners.
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