Michelle Obama Dresses
February 11, 2011 by USA Post
Michelle Obama Dresses, The First Lady of the United States – known for her taste in fashion style – said her decisions on what she wears is based on what she is doing that day because she needs to know it is in good equipment.
She told Politico blog: “It’s really just sort of, how cold it is what I have to stay outside, and what I’ll use to cover my arms if I’m freezing I’m not trembling, I owe? Give a speech? It’s really stuff like that. And I know people are sort of thinking that is different, but it’s real practical things like that. ”
In December, Michelle – wife of U.S. President Barack Obama – has stunned the fashion world by wearing a vintage dress to an event of high public.
The mother of two children wore black lace equipment by designer Norman Norell end to the Christmas concert in Washington and we think it was the only first lady in history to ever wear a dress occasion for a formal commitment.
Michelle bought the dress from Vintage New York and co-owner of the shop Jon Schneck said: “We are honored that the first lady chose a dress from New York believed that her first foray into vintage couture.
“Dresses of our archives have been scheduled for use by the first lady later this year.”
In an appearance on the Today show Wednesday, Michelle Obama has left her usual style design for a dress and H & M. 34.95 (Obama talked about her two daughters, Malia and Sasha and the crisis with Egypt Matt Lauer during the appearance.)
A sales representative tells the Hollywood Reporter that she had her stylist add sleeves of the dress, which is also sold in melon pink in the store.
Asked by Lauer to be a style icon, she says, “I take it as a compliment. This is not something I focus on … Everyone has to dress in the morning and put on some thing. I hope people find it beautiful, but it’s not something I focus on. ”
The First Lady appeared on the Today show yesterday for a very hyped interview with Matt Lauer the moderator. Discussion between the smoking habits of her husband (he left) and her hope that her daughters will not join Facebook (they are too young, anyway), the First Lady has also focused on her style icon status.
“I take that as a compliment, but it’s not something I focus on,” she told Lauer during the interview. “Everyone has to dress in the morning and put on something.”
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