President Barack Obama's inauguration marked a moment in history. Set on a fitting Martin Luther King Jr. Monday, we welcome the president and his first lady, Michelle Obama, to another term in the White House.
And all eyes were on her. The world is a bit obsessed and fascinated by her fashion choices. No first lady has been so envied and studied since Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, President John F. Kennedy's wife.
With her victory red dress with gathered halter straps, V-shaped back and flowing pieces in the wind, all eyes were on her at the Commander-in-Chief Inaugural Ball. President Obama's usual charm to the troops was endearing as he mentioned they looked sharp, but the ladies looked better.
The first lady always chooses her go-to designer Jason Wu. When fashion fits, women know that's the key to good style and fit. Throwing in some American designers is a nice touch and I also like that the first lady keeps it cheap sometimes. It makes fashion accessible - even in the White House.