Hope Hicks turns heads at World Economic Forum

Hope Hicks has a habit of turning heads — and she proved it once again at the World Economic Forum on Friday.

The White House communications director stepped out in a stunning pair of taupe suede, thigh-high Stuart Weitzman boots, priced at $798, and a navy blue wrap dress.

She rounded out the ensemble with some pearl earrings and a beige coat, which she took off during President Trump’s speech Friday.

Twitter users quickly noticed Hicks’ look, with some chiding the 29-year-old for the outfit — and others praising Trump’s closest aide.

“Looking like a pro,” tweeted one person.

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and White House Communications Director Hope Hicks attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland January 26, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Barria - RC173E626EA0

Hope Hicks has wowed in the past, like when she wore a form-fitting tuxedo and bow tie at a Japanese state dinner.  (Reuters)

“She’s trying her hardest to nudge Melania aside,” another joked.

Hicks has been known to draw stares with her duds in the past.

Last year, she donned a form-fitting tuxedo and matching bow tie at a Japanese state dinner hosted by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

“Hope steals the show,” a Twitter user wrote at the time. “Wow impressive suit ..gorgeous.”

With Post wires

This article originally appeared on the New York Post.