Tiffany Trump shows sneak peek of stylish Washington D.C. abode as she starts law school at Georgetown

Marah Alindogan

Move over Elle Woods, Tiffany Trump has arrived!

The first daughter celebrated a major milestone -- her first day of law school at Georgetown University -- with an Instagram-worthy snapshot of her desk decor.

President Trump's 23-year-old daughter shared a photo of several law books, as well as a Georgetown hat and binder just after midnight on Tuesday.

"1st day of Law School," Tiffany wrote in the caption along with a check mark.

While Tiffany only shared a photo of her desk, we can only imagine how stylish the rest of her new abode looks. If the whole law school thing doesn't work out, Tiffany definitely has a future in interior design!

The mirrored desk features two glass vases with some blue hydrangeas -- Georgetown's colors -- being used as bookends for her thick stack of law books. We're imagining that the rest of her apartment is filled with different shades of blue to rep her Georgetown pride.

Tiffany and her mother, Marla Maples, have been spotted around her school's Washington D.C. campus for orientation all of last week. The mother-daughter duo shared fun photographs throughout the week, and they even watched the solar eclipse together at one point.

Georgetown is the alma mater of Tiffany's brother Eric, who earned a bachelor's degree in finance and management from the school in 2006, graduating with honors.

This past summer, Tiffany was spotted living her best life abroad, traveling to different countries in Europe with mother Marla and boyfriend Ross Mechanic. Her trips sparked controversy after it was revealed that her trip to Germany cost taxpayers $22,000. More on that in the video above.