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How The First Lady Gets Dressed


We think it’s hard enough to pick out something to wear to go to work, so we can’t even imagine what it would be like to be the First Lady and really have to think all of your outfits through. Apparently, Michelle Obama doesn’t do it all on her own, she tells the “Today” show. She has help (which she only refers to as “people,” but we imagine they are stylists), and they often pick out a week or even two weeks of outfits. If we could plan that far ahead … we’d have so much more time for other things. Check out her interview with Matt Lauer—the fashion goodies start at 2:26. [Today Show] Keep reading »

Mom-Bama Fashion: Michelle Shops At Talbots

Once again Michelle Obama has put design within reach for the masses by wearing this white wool sheath dress from mom-tastic store Talbots. (It retails for a moderate $200.) We have to say, Mobama certainly rocks the look better than the Talbots model. If we were browsing the site, we’d probably pass the item by. So, maybe Talbots is worth a try? These days, a lot of mom-friendly stores are trying to attract a hipper client—like New York & Co. and Eileen Fisher. The latter just revamped its flax-heavy line, and the results were pretty cute (yet too expensive).

After the jump, a few surprisingly cute Talbots items that could definitely earn the Obama seal of fashion approval. Keep reading »

The First Lady’s Feet Are Put To The Test … What’s Your Pain Threshold For Heels?

Last night the Obamas hosted a dinner for the G20 summit, and, naturally, Michelle was expertly styled. Reports The New York Times:

“Mrs. Obama [wore] a taupe, pink and green patterned cocktail dress with straps. Pink patent leather two-inch heels. Hair pulled back in a full, bouffant faux-ponytail. Long pearl necklace, pearl earrings. No stockings.”

Aside from the fact that Michelle Obama hasn’t fully transitioned to her fall wardrobe (no tights!), we were more struck by her shoes … Keep reading »

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