Michelle Obama Fashion

January 2, 2012 by staff 

Michelle Obama FashionMichelle Obama Fashion, Award-winning style and beauty expert Mikki Taylor has written a fabulous new book that vividly captures First Lady Michelle Obama’s stunning and singular style.

Taylor’s “Commander in Chic: Every Woman’s Guide to Managing Her Style Like a First Lady” (Atria Books, $26.99) will be sure to please the fiercest fashionistas and Obama lovers in your household.

Taylor, the former Beauty and Cover Director of Essence Magazine, lends over 30 years of beauty, fashion and lifestyle expertise in the book, making it a must-have lifestyle guide. The book is chock full of dazzling color photos of the first lady whose style is vividly displayed in everything from chic cardigans to breathtaking gowns. Thumbing though the book, it is clear why Mrs. Obama’s chic fashion sense has captivated the world and catapulted her as a global trendsetter.

Taylor first met the first lady in 2006 during an Essence magazine shoot. Two years later,Taylor visited Mrs. Obama’s Chicago home to discuss the direction for an Essence cover story. Since then,Taylor has visually documented Mrs. Obama’s journey as First Lady through the pages of Essence.

In the forward to her book, an admiring Taylor writes:

“I never dreamed I’d see an African American woman as First Lady during my lifetime. She has revolutionized our thinking about what’s really key to living, not just going through the motions and being at our best in every way.

“For certain, she doesn’t just have a full plate, she’s balancing a platter: she’s married to the most powerful man in the world, is a great mom, a beloved daughter, and a fab “Sis,” all of which present a full set of responsibilities and cares of the heart.

“Yet by choice she’s also focused on the wellness of the nation’s children and the well-being of military families. There’s not one of us who isn’t moved by watching her step to purpose, day in and day out.”

The book also contains advice on diet and exercise covering each stage of a woman’s life from age 20 to 50. There are also sage words on ways to nourish one’s spiritual and emotional well being.

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