"I'm incredibly proud of her". Both daughters wore their blond hair down.
But Ivanka Trump is also thinking beyond that.
Ivanka Trump and hubby Jared Kushner got special permission from a rabbi to break from Orthodox Jewish laws that ban use of technology - like cars - on the very night they're celebrating Donald Trump's inauguration.
The Oscar de la Renta designers saw to it that Ivanka Trump hit just the right notes for three key events during the weekend. Well, say what you will about President Trump, but there's no doubting Ivanka and Melania are spot on the money when it comes to their choice of attire.
Ivanka can deliver a polished non-answer like a professional politician, but let's not forget that when pressed, her peevish, Trumpian side peeks out.
"I don't think anyone could become that cynical that wouldn't affect him", he told 20/20 in an exclusive interview.
"It's emotional that I'm stepping away from my business, and my father will be president", she told ABC.
"We are all praying that alongside the humor and colorfulness, Trump will understand the weight of responsibility on his shoulders and will be found to be a fearless and serious president", Steinitz said.
Meanwhile, Trump's eldest daughter Ivanka is expected to play a prominent public role in his administration.
In January 2016, Trump was featured in a radio ad which aired in the early voting states of Iowa and New Hampshire, in which she praised her father. She accessorized the look with a beige clutch and booties.
Ivanka was also seen posing with Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, an event planner once employed by Vogue editor Anna Wintour to organize the elaborate Costume Institute galas at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Ivanka says Chelsea Clinton is still a "good friend" following the election.
We are going to unify our country.
Probably her dictionary has another meaning to the term "unifier". "We're pretty observant, more than some, less than others".
Asked what she would say to the thousandsmarching across the USA to protest Mr Trump, she replied: "I say, give my father a chance". She is set to publish another book this 2017 entitled Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules for Success.