A stiff breeze gave Ivanka Trump’s unusual dress a sudden makeover during a visit to Colombia this week.
Trump, the daughter of and adviser to President Donald Trump, wore the $1,650 “Follow the Drums” dress, which was designed by Johanna Ortiz. According to W Magazine, Ortiz ― who is from Colombia ― is “known for gravity-defying designs.”
But you can’t defy nature, and a good breeze caused the dress to flare up around Trump as she met Colombia Vice President Marta Lucia Ramirez and the country’s defense minister, Guillermo Botero:
The unusual design ― and the flare-up caused by the breeze ― brought armchair fashion critics out in force:
The propellers around the ends of her arms began to slow down and Ivanka glided down from the saucer. Softly, she landed on the surface of the planet. "So this is Earth," she thought.— Oliver Willis (@owillis) September 3, 2019
"It will be mine," she said, her lizard tongue writhing against her cheeks. pic.twitter.com/WNNZxblwF7
She is a Salvador Dali painting— Reason (@nobs7401) September 3, 2019
Is Ivanka's dress: made from Kermit? Morphing into a pup tent? The result of climate change? Available with ranch dressing? An entire 1971 living room? Her tribute to dirty money? Five bridesmaids dresses? What happened when her Dad drained the swamp? A patio umbrella that died? pic.twitter.com/5mn1lSWswr— Paul Rudnick (@PaulRudnickNY) September 3, 2019