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Michelle Obama In Jason Wu - President Obama Delivers State Of The Union Address

President Barack Obama gave the annual State of the Union address during a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday.

Michelle Obama was in attendance looking lovely as always wearing a Jason Wu Pre-Fall 2013 dress.

Originally presented as a leather halter quilted tweed dress, Jason Wu made a FLOTUS friendly version of look.

I love how it retains the edge with the leather detailing plus the A-line silhouette is so flattering on her gorgeous figure.

Sporting her ‘second term bangs‘, Michelle styled the look with a gold flower brooch and I’m guessing black Jimmy Choo or Manolo Blahnik kitten heels.

No wonder Jason Wu continues to be her go-to designer.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

BDOTW FLOTUS & SJP

FLOTUS was your best dressed this week wearing Jason Wu and I can’t fault your choice as Mihcelle Obama looked stunning at the inaugural ball.

My choice was Sarah Jessica Parker.

As a lover of prints she managed to expertly blend a variety of prints courtesy of Giambattista Valli Couture, Mary Katrantzou and Jean-Michel Cazabat and make them work together.

This is a feat we thought only Solange Knowles could master.

Credit: Getty & Splash News

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Michelle Obama In Naeem Khan - National Prayer Service

Michelle Obama attended the National Prayer Service at the Washington National Cathedral yesterday morning following an amazing night at the inaugural ball.

The First Lady wore a custom Naeem Khan ivory wool-appliqué 3/4-sleeve coat with jewelled neck and trim with a matching sleeveless dress.

I knew Mrs O wouldn’t let this moment pass without donning at least one look from the Indian designer. In fact, this is the eighth time that Mrs Obama has worn designs by Naeem Khan, the first time being at the administration’s first State Dinner back in November, 2009.

Opting to wear her hair in an neat updo, she styled her Sunday Best (even though it’s Tuesday) look with nude kitten heels and light makeup.

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You can buy Michelle’s Jimmy Choo ‘Aza’ pumps from Net-A-Porter.com, Nordstrom.com, Jimmy Choo US and Jimmy Choo UK.

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Michelle Obama In Jason Wu - Public Inaugural Ball

I stayed up until 2am eager to watch history in the making as Michelle Obama revealed her gown to the world at the public Inaugural Ball in Washington, D.C. on Monday evening.

I was delighted to see that Mrs O wore Jason Wu again.

After a weekend of muted colours, she dazzled the crowds wearing a custom ruby chiffon and velvet gown which showcased her athletic figure and radiant smooth skin.

While some of you may have been rooting for another designer, I think she made the right choice in wearing a designer she felt comfortable with, whose feminine design aesthetic has flattered her on so many occasions over the past four years.

Kimberly McDonald provided the custom-made jewels and Jimmy Choo provided her heels – I’m guessing they are kitten heels.

The only question I have is, “where was Chris de Burgh?”

If ever there was a moment to sing ‘Lady in Red’, this was it.

Jason’s simple reply on twitter was #Inshock!!!

Credit: Getty

Michelle Obama In Thom Browne - St John’s Church

The Obama family arrived at St. John’s Church in Washington, D.C. this morning on Inauguration Day in very good spirits.

Michelle wore a Thom Browne custom navy jacquard coat and dress for the occasion, which she accented with a bejewelled J. Crew belt, her second bejewelled piece in so many days.

The rest of her accessories, by J. Crew, included purple gloves and grey kitten heels.

The First Lady also wore this look to the ceremonial swearing-in event, but she added navy Reed Krakoff knee-high boots to her look as the event was hosted outside.

Credit: AP




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