Vice President Harris started the week with a virtual meeting on Monday, April 26, speaking with Guatemalan President Alejandro Eduardo Giammattei.
She also joined Labor Secretary Marty Walsh as the President signed an executive order on employee empowerment.
She also wore her Irene Neuwirth double strand of pearls (seen every day this week except Wednesday) and her mabé pearl earrings with the gold border (also worn every day except Wednesday).
Tuesday, the 27th, the Vice President spoke with President Niinisto of Finland. She tweeted that they spoke about “…our close defense partnership and cooperation on global health, climate, and migration.” You can see a closeup of the oft-worn mabé pearl earrings in the lower-left corner of the picture below.
And Ms. Harris took part in a roundtable on Tuesday with community-based organizations in Guatemala.
The Vice President was in a dark aubergine or eggplant pantsuit not seen since last November; the suit remains unidentified. She also wore a coordinating top beneath her jacket. The shots below are from that November 10th appearance; on that occasion, she paired the suit with the Pleated Silk-Blend Blouse ($595) from the Michael Kors Collection line.
UPDATE MAY 5: This suit has been worn since November 10. It turns out Ms. Harris wore the look on April 12 for a White House meeting, seen below. My apologies for the error.
Wednesday, April 28, was the President’s historic address to a joint session of Congress. Below, the Vice President walks to the House chamber for that speech.
The Vice President and Second Gentleman.
It was a historic event. Here you see the Vice President and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi bump elbows as they stood on the dais before the speech.
Never before has a US President delivered an address while standing in front of two women. President Biden opened his speech this way: “Madam Speaker, Madam Vice President — no president has ever said those words from this podium. No president has ever said those words. And it’s about time.”
The Vice President wore a hand-tailored double crepe suit in cream with an ivory silk charmeuse camisole by Prabal Gurung.
The jacket had notch lapels, flap pockets, and a double back vent. The trousers were ankle-length with a straight leg.
Many will recall Ms. Harris wore a Prabal Gurung ensemble for the Inaugural Prayer Service on January 21. The garnet-colored dress was hand-tailored in a double-faced wool crepe material and had a matching coat; both pieces were made in New York City. Below, with President Biden after the service.
Wednesday night Ms. Harris wore new jewelry by Brazilian-born, New York-based designer Ana Khouri. The necklace looks similar to the ‘Jane’ open front collar-style piece shown below, and the earrings look much like the ‘Mirian’ style seen below right.
In an Instagram post, Ms. Khouri referenced the Vice President wearing a bracelet as well. I have not yet seen photos that offer a look at the bracelet, but I will update should I learn more about that piece. Many thanks to Laurie Brookins for her tip on the jewelry.
Vice President Harris appeared to be wearing a pair of Manolo Blahnik pumps on Wednesday night, likely the BB 90 in black leather ($665). It is a signature style for the brand with a classic point toe and 3.5″ heel.
Thursday, April 29, the Vice President visited Baltimore, where she visited a vaccine site at M&T Bank Stadium. On the far right, you see Dr. Jason Marx, site commander for the mass vaccination clinic. On the Vice President’s right, Senator Chris Van Hollen (D) of Maryland.
In this image, you can just see Dr. Anthony Fauci on the far right.
The vaccination site is being “operated in close coordination with the Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital to vaccinate underserved populations in Baltimore City, per the Governor’s office.“
The Vice President thanked members of the Maryland National Guard, saying, “They are saving lives every day by helping folks in Baltimore get vaccinated.”
Vice President Harris also delivered remarks on the administration’s first 100 days in office.
Friday, April 30, the Vice President traveled to Cincinnati where she hosted a roundtable.
And she visited BlaCk Coffee, a locally-owned coffee shop.
More from Cincinnati.com:
BlaCk Coffee Lounge is a downtown Cincinnati shop owned by Means Cameron and Marcus Ervin. The shop is next to Black Owned, a clothing store with the same owners.
“I’ve been reading about you, all the work you guys have been doing,” Harris said to the two employees behind the bar.
She ended her visit to the coffee shop by raising her cup and saying, “Wakanda forever!”
Below, with Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley and Dena Cranley.
Here is one more photo of the Vice President on Friday, this one from Erin Schaff of the New York Times, showing Ms. Harris as she exits Air Force Two when returning from Cincinnati.
The Vice President wore what appears to be a new suit. The jacket features notch lapels, two front flap pockets, double back vent, and a single button front closure button, while the trousers have a straight-leg silhouette.