Some news outlet mistook the cape for Moroccan kaftans.
During her trip to Qatar, Ivanka wore an elegant navy velvet cape likely inspired by her official trip to Morocco in November.
Ivanka visited Qatar to take part in the Doha Forum, which took place on December 14-15
Post of Asia and Daily Mail reported that that the brand of Ivanka’s long navy cape was Jabador from a Qatari designer named Sanaa El Haddad. The news outlet added that Jabador focuses on oriental and Moroccan-inspired, hand-embroidered cloths.
The top of the cape is adorned with golden pearls embroidered on it in the front and the back.
Underneath the cape, Ivanka wore a classy blue jumpsuit with black high heels.
This is not the first time Ivanka Trump has worn a Moroccan traditional outfit. During her trip to Morocco, she wore a beautiful traditional kaftan at a royal dinner. She chose at least two other Moroccan outfits designed by Fadila El Gadi, a Moroccan designer during her trip.
On November 7, Ivanka wore a beige Moroccan-style top with black details from El Gadi. She also wore a gray traditional made jacket from the same designer.
Ivanka made a three-day visit to Morocco on November 6 to promote the White House’s Women’s Global Development and Prosperity (W-GDP) initiative.
During her visit, she met with senior Moroccan officials and locals.