Great coats in politics have been a thing for a while, but now there's another to add to the list.
Ella Emhoff, stepdaughter of Vice President Kamala Harris, made quite the entrance at Wednesday's inauguration ceremony with a bejeweled, plaid coat with an oversized collar, reportedly by Miu Miu, which prompted a flurry of excitement on social media. She also wore a black leather headband from Loeffler Randall.
"Let me tell you, I am excited for the next 4 years," one Twitter user wrote.
Earlier Meena Harris, the vice president's niece, shared a glimpse of what Emhoff presumably had on underneath that coat when she posted a snapshot of the two of them on the morning of Inauguration Day.
Meena Harris wore a bright and shiny, tiered turquoise skirt and matching blouse with puffed shoulders from Ulla Johnson, while Ella Emhoff's dress was a similar style: long and satiny with puffed shoulders and a high neckline in maroon.
"This wasn't planned but I'm very excited about it!" Meena Harris wrote on Instagram.
Her daughters, the vice president's grandnieces, were also in attendance.
On Wednesday they appeared wearing faux fur coats, which were apparently a nod to a similar look worn by their great-aunt as a kid, and cuddled up with blankets.
"Special coats to look just like Auntie's," Meena Harris wrote on Instagram.
The coats were custom-made by the kids clothing company, iloveplum, and the brand told TODAY that they're now naming the coats "Kamala" and that they'll be available for sale soon. Their dad showed off his sense of style, too, wearing a pair of coveted Air Jordan sneakers, Meena Harris appeared to confirm on Twitter.
The vice president's sister, Maya Harris, was also in Washington to show her support. Her daughter, Meena Harris, shared a photo of the two of them before the inauguration ceremony, showing her mom in a chic navy pantsuit and matching jacket with a ruffled collar.
And on his very first day as second gentleman, Doug Emhoff wore Ralph Lauren. He was seen at a church service Wednesday morning wearing a simple yet classy suit and tie in dark gray, alongside his wife, whose bright purple coat turned heads. The couple wore matching black face masks.
If these looks are any hint, fashion fans will have a lot to look forward to over Harris' tenure!