Hope Hicks appears to be moving on after a three-year run as President Trump’s right-hand woman.
The outgoing White House communications director looked as if she were leaving for good on Friday when she was spotted exiting the White House with her co-worker Sarah Huckabbe Sanders and a few other ladies, who were all smiles as they made their way out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Hicks, 29, certainly seemed to be a spirited mood earlier in the day, when she emerged in her most colorful look to date, pairing a purple blazer dress with a pastel blue shirt and pumps as she made her way to work.
Last day? Hope Hicks, 29, left the White House on Friday carrying a silver iPhone – not her black work phone – suggesting it may have been her last day on the job
Switching cells: While she was using a silver iPhone on Friday afternoon, she had her black work phone in her hand when she left her apartment that morning
Celebration? Hicks was all smiles as she left work with Sarah Huckabee Sanders
She also ditched her vintage Bally tote for a never-before-seen green suede handbag with embossed crocodile skin.
And Hicks capped off the outfit with the one accessory she has not been seen without since President Trump took office: her black cell phone.
That black cell phone was gone, however, on Friday evening, as she chatted away on a silver iPhone, suggesting she had turned over her government device.
The departure would mean that Hicks, like any good employee, did in fact give her two weeks notice.
Hicks gave her notice on February 28, one day after the Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s West Wing-ally and spokesperson Josh Raffel announced he was stepping down from his post as senior communications official.
On Friday morning she bared her legs in her beloved blazer dress as she headed to work bright and early.
The outgoing White House communications director donned a $495 maroon frock by Theory, and the double-breasted style is one of her favorites.
She wore the same dress in navy to testify in front of the House Intelligence Committee a few weeks ago, and she also sported a black version at the White House last month.
Off to work: Hope stepped out of her Washington, D.C. apartment on Friday in a $495 maroon blazer dress by Theory
Bright light: The 29-year-old paired the double-breasted dress with a blouse and and matching powder blue pumps
Disco-inspired: Hicks gave a nod to the ’70s by leaving the collar of her blouse open
Hicks, who admitted to telling ‘white lies’ on behalf of President Donald Trump during the closed-door testimony, looked solemn as she left her Washington, D.C. apartment.
Although she typical heads to work at 9:30 in the morning, Hope was out the door at 8 a.m. on Friday.
The former model donned a light blue button-down shirt under the wine-colored dress, giving a nod to the ’70s by leaving the collar of the blouse open.
Hicks also seemed to be taking a cue from the disco decade with her flippy Farrah Fawcett-inspired ‘do.
While she typically wears her long, highlighted hair in loose curls, Hicks opted to do a ’70s flip on Friday.
Hicks accessorized her outfit with a pair of light blue pumps and a canvas handbag, which features crocodile leather detailing. She carried the carryall with one hand while her cellphone was in the other.
The White House staffer topped off her look with smokey eye make-up and a flattering pink lip.
Throwback: The outgoing White House communications director seemed to be taking a cue from the disco decade with her flippy Farrah Fawcett-inspired due
Early bird: Hicks typically heads to work at 9:30 in the morning, but she left her apartment at 8 a.m. on Friday
On the run: Hicks quickly hopped into a white SUV as she made her way to work
Favorite frock? Hicks wore a navy, belted version of the Theory frock to testify in front of the House Intelligence Committee a few weeks ago (left) and a black version last month (right)
Hicks failed to crack a smile as she walked out of building and made her way to a white SUV parked at the curb.
However, despite her glum appearance, Hicks’ outfit was far more colorful than it was the day before.
On Thursday morning, she looked mournfully chic as she made her way from her D.C. apartment to a waiting Lyft in a fur-lined wool coat, belted turtleneck dress, and her favorite black suede pumps.
Hicks kept the coat open, however, and her legs bare, despite the fact that the temperature was below freezing in the nation’s capital.
Hicks did not seem all that sad, however, and she even cracked a smile at one point on her way to the car.
Back in black: Hicks (above flashing a rare smile) went for an expensive and somber look on Thursday as she headed into work upon President Trump’s return to the office
Expensive taste: She wore a fur-lined wool coat with a belted black turtleneck dress and her favorite black suede pumps
The cold never bothered her anyway: Hick bared her legs despite the fact that temperatures in the nation’s capitol were sub-freezing on Thursday morning
The secret in her eyes: It has been over two weeks since Hicks announced she would resign after testifying to the HIC that she tells white lies on her boss’ behalf
Hicks colorless ensemble was a bit of surprise considering the fact that the White House was welcoming the Prime Minister of Ireland on Thursday.
This occasion even got President Trump to add a pop of color to his look, in the form of a green tie.
He later got even greener when he stuffed his front pocket with a handful of shamrocks that were gifted to him by Prime Minister Leo Varadkar.
President Trump spent Tuesday night in California after a fundraiser in Los Angeles and then stopped in Missouri Wednesday afternoon on his way back to the nation’s capital.
This was Hicks’ third week at work after announcing she would be stepping down from her post in the Trump administration, making her one of the many who has exited the team over the past month.
That mass exodus kicked off with the ousting of Hicks’ boyfriend Rob Porter.
Pursed: Hicks’ was also seen carrying her go-to vintage black tote from Bally
Road to nowhere: Hicks is now in her third week of work since declaring she was leaving the Trump administration
Mix and match: Hicks opted for blazers as she headed into work on Tuesday (left) and Wednesday (right)
Porter resigned from his post after DailyMail.com revealed that he had been accused of physically abusing his two ex-wives in early February, a claim that the administration tried to initially deny.
That was on February 7, and since that time there have been five additional members of President Trump’s administration who have left their posts, including Hicks.
Economic adviser Gary Cohn was the next to go on March 6, and on March 12 President Trump’s personal aide John McEntee was escorted out of the White House by security.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was fired by President Trump on Tuesday, and then hours later was followed by Undersecretary of State Steve Goldstein.
That second firing was a result of the first, with reports emerging that Goldstein was let go for contradicting the administration’s version of events as it pertained to Tillerson’s exit.