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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Our First Lady: Four Years of Fashion!

Congratulations to President Barack Obama for winning his second term as President of the USA. It was great going into the polls yesterday and seeing so many young people exercising their right to vote! A right that many people fought for and died to get hundreds of years ago! 

 As the First Family of the White House, you are heavily in the public eye and people, especially women, around the world are not only watching to see what the First Lady has to say, but what she is wearing and how she carries herself! I think most people can agree, that Michelle Obama has carried herself very well. I personally think that she has shown us how a modern woman dresses and carries herself without looking like she is trying too hard or going overboard. 

Some people may disagree, maybe stating that a First Lady shouldn't always be showing her arms and so on, but I feel that she does a great job at making us feel that she's just like us, not superior to us; a human being. She wears prints & colors, she dresses up when needed and dresses down when running around with her daughters and she wears mixes everything from J.Crew to Designer labels.

So lets take a look back at the last four years of Michelle Obama's style as we anticipate four more years of fabulousness! 

What she wore for the Presidents re-election victory speech: Michael Kors Dress, Black cardigan, Alexis Bittar pin & Manolo Blahnik kitten heels.
The First Family. Congratulations on your victory!

What do you think of Michelle Obama's style? Do you think she dresses too modern? Do you think she does a great job in representing the title of "First Lady" when it comes to her style?

PEACE.LOVE&FASHION,
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3 comments:

  1. beautiful! would you like to follow each other? let me know!

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  3. she definitley dresses like a modern woman, and showing your arms in this day and age should not be considered a faux pas for the first lady

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