Trump, who often dresses up as a white woman, is planning to make a change.
On Thursday, the president-elect’s transition team said that Trump would be stepping away from wearing white shoes and will instead be wearing a pink dress, white socks and a black tie.
Melania Trump, the wife of his nominee for secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, will be the first lady, a transition team spokesman told reporters on Friday.
Ivanka Trump will take over as first lady and the White House will continue to use her as the face of the Trump Organization, the transition team told reporters.
The White House did not say whether Ivanka Trump would remain in the role of senior adviser.
Melania’s husband, former President Bill Clinton, has been seen wearing a similar outfit to Trump.
“Melania will continue in the job of First Lady,” Trump’s transition spokesman Jason Miller said in a statement to ABC News.
“As First Lady, she will continue the tradition of first lady by bringing the highest level of service to her husband and his administration.
She will continue working with the president to advance the country’s agenda, as well as to assist in his administration’s policy-making process.”
Trump’s choice for secretary will likely be Rep. Mike Pompeo, R-Kan., who was a member of Trump’s cabinet.
Pompeo is expected to be nominated as soon as Friday.
He previously served as the CIA director and as director of the Central Intelligence Agency under former President Barack Obama.
“We have been in touch with Mike and his team to see how they would be comfortable serving under Secretary Pompeo,” Miller said.
“The President will nominate a cabinet that will be well-suited to the challenges that the country faces and the priorities that we are pursuing.”
The White, House and Senate are expected to meet Thursday morning to begin the process of selecting Pompeo to serve as CIA director.
Pompeom, who is also a Navy SEAL, is expected be nominated to the position by President Donald Trump on Friday morning.
Trump and Pompeo will also meet with the head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other business leaders on Friday at the White, White House and the Capitol.
In his inaugural address, Trump said he would be “taking on the biggest challenges of our time,” including battling “radical Islamic terrorism,” and vowed to restore the U:S.
to its former glory.