First Lady Michelle Obama sure knows how to make a fashion statement. The First Lady saved the best for last and rocked a bold ruby red chiffon and velvet halter style, Jason Wu inaugural ball gown, Kimberly McDonald jewelry and Jimmy Choo heels to the 2013 Presidential inaugural balls.
Earlier in the day, the First Lady glowed in a stunning blue Thom Browne coat and dress for the Inauguration Day church service, swearing in ceremony and inaugural parade. She accessorized with a J. Crew belt, Cathy Waterman jewelry and J. crew shoes.
The First Lady’s dress evolved from a silk tie. The New York Times' Eric Wilson tweeted, "Thom Browne's coat and dress for Michelle Obama are both made of silk jacquard based on a necktie fabric, custom made for the First Lady."
Lady O has shown her fabulous sense of style throughout the weekend. For the private swearing in ceremony at the White House on Jan. 20, the First Lady rocked an American designer. She stunned in a blue Reed Krakoff dress and cardigan, and accessorized with her long blunt bangs. Her fitting blue dress matched the President’s blue suit and was a fine nod to the ceremonial Blue Room.
The First Lady was also gorgeous in a black sequined Michael Kors cocktail dress, accessorized by multiple bracelets and her new haircut supporters at an inaugural reception at the National Building Museum on Jan. 20. Calling her new hairstyle the “most significant” event of the Inaugural weekend, the President told the crowd, “I love her bangs. She looks good. She always looks good.”
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