White House Communications Director Hope Hicks attended last week’s World Economic Forum and as the Trump aide is known to do, she turned a few heads.
Rocking a pair of taupe suede, thigh-high Stuart Weitzman boots to compliment a navy blue wrap dress, stood out among the sea of suits and ties. Her beige coat, which was removed during President Donald Trump’ speech, added just the right amount of contrast.
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As Fox News noted, you too can have a pair of the stunning boots for just $798.
Hicks, 29, didn’t have much luck when she tried to fit in with the men, as seen when she wore a tuxedo at a Japanese state dinner for the president last year.
Interesting..when Hope Hicks went to Japan on the WH’s trip to Asia, she wore a tuxedo pic.twitter.com/1VxyLTeOvd
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But those boots.
Hicks was photographed sitting behind a grinning U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, listening intently as Trump spoke.
Former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski’s book with David Bossie shared a titillating detail about how Hicks hand steamed Trump’s suits on the campaign trail — while he was STILL wearing them!
And she likely steamed a few more Friday with just her presence.
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