Prominent people are trend setters in the world of fashion.
Michelle Obama certainly captured the eyes of the world with the outfits she wore during the inauguration.
Particularly when she stepped out wearing the red chiffon and velvet dress, talks in the media went viral. Jason Wu, the designer, was astonished.
During an interview with CBS, Jason indicated that he was at his studio with his team, and when he saw her come out in his designer’s gown, he was floored. Jason says that he couldn’t believe that she chose him for the second time, he was so proud of it.
Gayle King, who interviewed Jason, shared that she was wearing one of his dresses.
Michelle’s evening attire seemed to suppress the criticisms about her hair style, as her complete look blended well.
Thom Browne, another designer, was elated that Mrs. Obama chose an outfit designed by him.
Mrs. Obama seems to choose designers with little notoriety, boosting their cliental within a matter of minutes.
She appears not only to take pride in what she wears, but it’s quite notable that she assures her children are stylish. Her daughter’s attire blended well with what she wore, particularly the similar overcoats.
But How does a clothes designer become successful?
Much like many jobs today, achieving success as a fashion designer is very competitive and challenging.
Sacramento single mother, Linda Evans, has coordinated local fashion shows. Linda indicates that “being in fashion has always been a fun thing for me. As a fashion major, my preference has always been vintage. The women of that era were very elegant, and the styles were classic yet chic. My motto has always been dress for success, less is best. Create your own style to fit who you are.”
Mrs. Obama has certainly created a style that fits her personality, and despite criticism seems to stay streamline to her taste.