8 Reasons We'll Miss Michelle Obama's Style
Election day has arrived, and no matter who wins this November 9th, in a few short months, we'll say goodbye to one major perk of the past eight years, Michelle Obama's FLOTUS style. From her very first inaugural dress, to her latest sparkly Versace gown, we've all been enamoured with the first lady's inspiring fashion. Like no first lady before her, Michelle looked to support emerging designers, and to pay respects to others through what she wore.
In addition to her clever uses of sartorial opportunities, Michelle's colourful sense of style was also just plain fun to see. Whether she was dressed in Jason Wu or J.Crew, we could expect something bright, colourful, and creative from Obama. While there are still a few final opportunities left to take in her First Lady fashion, we're counting up eight reasons we'll miss her white house style.
Read on for a look at what we’ll miss about Michelle Obama's First Lady style, then shop pieces from the lines she loves!
she wears designers we love
her affinity for sparkle
her off-duty style is memorable too
She Supports designers on the rise
She Isn't Afraid to Take Risks
she made fashion diplomatic
her iconic moments
her affordable picks
shop piece from brands Michelle Obama loves:
Jason Wu Asymmetric Wool-Jacquard Skirt ($2015)
A feminine skirt that still feels cool.
Curious to see more political style shots? Check out Hillary Clinton's best throwback street style!
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