Thursday, January 22, 2009

The First Lady of Style


If you really want Michelle Obama’s exact look, her yellow dress and jacket, designed by Isabel Toledo, will beon sale at Barneys in March for $1,500—or you can snap up this Barneys New York Sundress (1) ($750) right away.

Or for a little less, go for yellow for daytime with this Diane von Furstenberg Justin Wrap DressShumaq Fiona Dress (2) in yellow ($308). Take the conservative route with a Tahari Yellow Skirtsuit (3) ($538) or wow them at night with the Chetta B Cage Bodice Dance Dress ($400).



Michelle Obama picked up on an underutilized material when she sported this Narciso Rodriguez suit around town. Camel hair is a classic, but it’s more interesting when the cut is modern. This Laila Azhar Pleated Cape Coat (1) in camel ($350) puts a practical spin on this fall’s cape trend.

If you’re lucky enough to live someplace warm enough for lightweight clothes at time of year, Juicy Couture’s Double-breasted Jacket ($360) is the way to go. And, of course we know the first lady likes J.Crew, so put together a black-and-camel ensemble with J.Crew’s Super 120s High Pencil Skirt
(2) ($118) in black and their Wool Cashmere “Dana” Coat (3) ($229 on sale) in camel.

Thanks to Shecky's Girls Night Out for the skinny. See more Michelle Obama Style HERE.

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