For her second full week in office, we saw the Vice President in her signature mix of separates.
Starting the week off, a look by Sergio Hudson.
Mr. Hudson created the floor-length tuxedo coat and sequin dress worn by Ms. Harris for the evening inaugural activities on the 20th.
Monday’s single-breasted jacket has notch lapels, and the trousers look like they are a straight-leg silhouette or even a slightly tapered style. Mr. Hudson posted on Instagram about the Vice President wearing his designs, saying, “@vp just casually handling her business in a custom @sergiohudsoncollection suit.”
Tuesday, February 2, the Vice President wore black separates. Here you see her swearing-in the new Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas. Also at the ceremony: the Secretary’s wife, Tanya Mayorkas, and their daughters, Gisella and Amelia.
Beneath the blazer, Ms. Harris wore a Dolce and Gabbana knit top made of virgin wool, cotton, and nylon in a pullover style. It has a high neckline that showcases the brand’s distinctive floral lace. It was available at Neiman Marcus ($995) but is now sold out.
It is similar to a Dolce & Gabbana turtleneck the Vice President wore Friday, January 22nd.
For a busy day on Wednesday, February 3, the Vice President was in another set of black separates.
One of the day’s activities: swearing-in the Secretary of Transportation, Pete Buttigieg, seen below with husband Chasten Buttigieg.
The suit remains unidentified. The blazer is single-breasted with a fitted silhouette, three flap pockets, and a double back vent. Ms. Harris wore it with the Chevron Round Neck Sweater ($697, originally $996) by Dolce and Gabbana that was first seen last week.
Ms. Harris was in a jacket and trousers I don’t remember seeing before for a very long day on Thursday, February 4. Below, the VP, POTUS, and Secretary of State Antony Blinken at the State Department.
The President and Vice President delivered remarks during the State Department visit.
I said it was a long day because the Vice President was needed in the Senate to cast a tie-breaking vote that took place about 5:30am Friday. Here is a quick clip of that vote.
The blazer, pants, and blouse remain unidentified. The white blouse is a piece we have seen Ms. Harris wear on several occasions, as shown here in early December of last year.
The Vice President accessorized with an Irene Neuwirth labradorite necklace seen on the digital cover of Vogue’s February issue.
This was the first time we saw it with the matching earrings.
There is more on the necklace and earrings here.
To wrap up the week on Friday, February 5, the Vice President brought back some of her Altuzarra separates.Embed from Getty Images
Here you see the Vice President taking part in a roundtable discussion Friday afternoon with Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen and leaders of Black chambers of commerce from around the country.
A behind-the-scenes view.
It looked like Vice President Harris was in her ‘berry blue’ Fenice Jacket ($1595), a single-breasted style constructed of a triacetate/polyester blend. It features a slim silhouette with structured shoulders, notch lapels, two front flap pockets and one welt pocket, and double back vents. She also appeared to be wearing her Serge Pants ($795) shown below left, constructed in the same fabric as the blazer, with a bootcut design and mid-rise waist.
Another view from the roundtable discussion.Embed from Getty Images
I will update the post if we learn more about the Sergio Hudson suit or any of the unidentified pieces.