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Sunday 25 January 2015

Ivanka Trump gives ‘simple’ style advice

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Ivanka Trump has revealed how to look a million dollars without obsessing over every last detail of an outfit.

The heiress-and-model has had huge success over the past five years with her fashion designs.

Ivanka has launched her own collections of fine jewellery, handbags, accessories and footwear, and revealed her tips on how to look a million dollars with the minimum of effort.

"Buy simple, classic pieces - a good trench, a crisp white shirt, a shift dress - and then add some fun through accessories," Ivanka shared with the latest edition of Redbook. "Every woman should have a great black dress that she can wear as a baseline. Then throw on a chunky necklace, or some bracelets. The simplest way to do it is to add a little twist to a neutral palette: black, beige, white."

Ivanka also listed the spring trends she'll be sporting this season. The style guru named feminine blooms and a cute tote bag as her warm weather staples.

"Floral prints are ideal for spring, for obvious reasons. In particular, they can easily be paired with a variety of dress silhouettes and colours," she gushed. "This Julia Shopper bag is the perfect tote for spring. It's my go-to bag that's lightweight and fits everything I need for my busy day."

The fashion fan admitted to being partial to the monochrome trend, too. She listed the $4,300 Signature Mixed Size Black Onyx Bead Necklace from her own line, the Ivanka Trump Collection, as the perfect way to accessorise the look.

"Black and white seems to be one of the hottest trends for spring this year. This piece [her necklace] is timeless and classic, and works for every season," she finished.

"I always like to keep a pair of chic sunglasses in my purse and these [white frames] are fun for summer and can work with any outfit."

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