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Ivanka Wows In Maine Rocking Knee-High Black Boots [PHOTOS]

Ivanka Trump turned heads Friday when she showed up in Maine rocking knee-high boots with a grey mini-dress.

In the shots shared on Instagram, the first daughter was speaking on stage at an event promoting President Donald Trump’s tax reform plan. She wore a shirt dress with an oversized black belt around her waist and black boots.

The caption next to the post read, “Great day in Maine with Senator Collins and US Treasurer Jovita Carranza discussing how #TaxReform will empower hardworking American families to build a better life for themselves and their children.” (RELATED:¬†Konichi-Wow: Ivanka Stuns In Pink Floral Dress During Trip To Japan [PHOTOS])

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In a post earlier this week, the first daughter looked gorgeous at another event talking about the president’s hopes to simplify the tax code. In the picture, she was wearing a black mini-dress with a vanilla ruffled collar, tights and black high heels.

The caption next to the post read, “Great discussion with Secretary Mnuchin this evening on how #TaxReform will provide relief for working families and create economic opportunity for all Americans.”

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Last week, the first daughter traveled to Japan to participate and speak at the annual World Assembly for Women.

Several pictures from the trip were shared on her social media account, including pictures of her wearing a cream and pink-colored long sleeve dress.

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Ivanka Trump, Advisor to US President Donald Trump, is welcomed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for a dinner at a restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, 3 November 2017. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama/Pool - RC1CC057A6B0

Ivanka Trump, Advisor to US President Donald Trump, is welcomed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for a dinner at a restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, 3 November 2017. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama/Pool