Everyone is obsessed with the bangs, but most importantly I love the First Lady’s fashion sense. She’s wearing Thom Browne and he comes from the menswear side of the business. The coat is made of a tie silk and he recently made a womenswear collection. This is a guy who’s business is still quite small. He recently got an investment from a Japanese firm. He’s quite the insiders designer. Mrs. Obama switched it up after with J. Crew accessories. Of course, Sasha and Malia are wearing J. Crew.
The first night of the 2012 DNC was packed with inspirational, heartfelt speeches, powerful politicians and one uber-fabulous First Lady. Michelle Obama as always, delivered an incredible speech about her husband, President Barack Obama, including the quote of the night: “Being President doesn’t change who you are. It reveals who you are.” And she did so looking stunning in a two-tone brocade custom Tracy Reese dress. The A-line style dress featured a tank top, which showed off her toned arms, a slim bodice and slightly flared skirt that hit just below the knee, revealing her toned legs. The top portion of the frock featured a pink-colored brocade design, while the bottom hem was a bluish-gray. The First Lady kept her accessories simple, wearing only earrings and J. Crew ‘Everly’ pink suede pumps. Also, she wore a blue-gray nail polish (the brand and color we’ve yet to find out). Since her dress was custom-made, you can’t get it (not yet anyway – but maybe the designer will eventually produce it for the masses?), here are a few options, plus accessories and nail polish, to get you looking First Lady-like!
Here are the J. Crew Shoes .
Check out the following Nail Polishes that are similar to what the First Lady wore:
Butter London Lady Muck ($14)