On Saturday, the Obama’s had the official swearing-in in the Blue Room of the White House and Michelle Obama wore a blue Reed Krakoff dress. Reed Krakoff may not be a household name, but you will know the company he is President and Executive Creative Director of. The leather goods company Coach.
At the Inaugural Reception at The National Building Museum on Sunday, Michelle Obama wore a black sequin Michael Kors boat neck dress.
Today at the Swearing in ceremony, Michelle Obama wore a jacket and dress from designer Thom Browne. Malia Obama wore an outfit by J.Crew, and Sasha wore an outfit by Kate Spade.
For the Inauguration Ball Michelle Obama chose a red Jason Wu gown that bears a resemblance to the Jason Wu gown from the S/S 2013 gown we picked for the First Lady.
Whichever outfit Michelle Obama wears, it always gets everyone talking. It could be about the style, the colour, or even the length, but nothing gets people talking more than who designed her outfits. Michelle Obama’s choices have put many designers on the map and exposed them to a whole new audience (look at Jason Wu).
This Monday everyone will be watching to see what designer the First Lady of the United States will be wearing during the swearing in ceremony and what gown she will wear at the inauguration gala. Even though some names have been picked as front runners, like Prabal Gurung and Naeem Khan, no one knows exactly who will be the designer picked for the events, so we picked some designs that we think the first lady might wear on the big day.
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