Tiffany, 24, and Ivanka, 36, donned shades of red as they watched their father and stepmother participate in the annual pardoning of the National Thanksgiving Turkey in the afternoon.
The two sisters were photographed smiling while they chatted with each other at the annual White House event, which took place in the Rose Garden on Tuesday afternoon.
Ivanka attended the pardoning with her husband, White House senior advisor Jared Kushner, and their children, Arabella and Joseph.
The couple’s one-year-old son Theodore presumably stayed home, as the mother-of-three was photographed arriving with her only her two eldest children.
Tiffany clearly enjoyed spending some quality time with her niece, and she was photographed holding one of Arabella’s hands while Ivanka held the other.
Ivanka and Arabella both looked festive in matching red coats for to watch President Trump’s first turkey pardoning.
The White House senior advisor donned a double-breasted Dolce & Gabbana peacoat, which was highly reminiscent of the outfits often worn by flight attendants.
However far from being your run-of-the-mill uniform, the quirky red outerwear had several rather more remarkable features, including eight purposefully-mismatched buttons across the front, and a floral jacquard collar.
Ivanka paired the pricey piece with a floral jacquard skirt by the same Italian label – which is a favorite of her stepmother Melania Trump.
She finished off her look with some thick black tights, black patent stilettos, and a large black tote from her own eponymous fashion line.
But it wasn’t just the outfit that Ivanka appeared to have put extra effort into on Tuesday; her long blonde locks, which she often leaves hanging loose around her shoulders, were styled in a chic-looking updo at the back of her head.
She then added a plain black headband to keep any whispy pieces away from her face, and no doubt to hold the style in place.
The first daughter even stepped up her jewelry game, wearing funky pearl earrings in each lobe.
While her sister and niece were in red, Tiffany opted for a red and pink tweed coat for the outdoor event.
Tiffany, who is in her first year of law school at Georgetown University, wore her long blonde hair in loose waves around her shoulders, as she kicked off her Thanksgiving vacation.
As part of the annual presidential tradition, Trump pardoned turkeys Drumstick and Wishbone.
Although Trump named Drumstick the National Turkey, noting that the ‘he has a very, very bright future ahead,’ both birds are usually given reprieve.
The pardoning means that Drumstick and Wishbone will get to live the rest of their lives at a farm in Virginia.