By MARGARET JONES and KAREN RUDYNEW YORK — It may not have the looks, but Michelle Obama’s new fashion line is still one of the most fashion-forward of her time.
The First Lady of the United States wore her black leather-lined, strapless dress to the first inauguration of President Donald Trump at the White House on Friday, but she wore it again in the White Capitol Garden on Saturday.
Obama was photographed holding the dress, which she wore with a pink bow tie and a purple jacket, and it’s clear that she has her own style.
The dress has red trim and a ribbon trim on the sides, and the sleeves are long and wide.
Its a classic look, but with a modern twist.
It was modeled by fashion designer Anna Wintour.
It’s a great piece of clothing.
It’s not a traditional dress, but it’s a little bit classic.
And it has a modern look.
A woman looks at Michelle Obama during the swearing-in ceremony for President Donald J. Trump at The White House in Washington, D.C., Saturday, Jan. 20, 2021.
This is a very chic and sophisticated look.
It has a vintage look to it.
I’m not a fashion designer, but I love vintage pieces and I’m a fan of fashion, so this was something I really liked.
And I think it fits in with that era of fashion.
It looks like a dress, a skirt, a dress with a bow tie.
It just fits in, and that’s why people love it.
I have a lot of dresses that I love to wear, but this is really my favorite, I think, to wear.
So this was the dress that I loved.
The last one I bought, the first one I wore, was from the 50s, the second one I worn was a black dress from the 60s, so I’ve got a lot more to love.
It would be an honor to wear it on that stage with the First Lady.
Michelle Obama wearing her new dress to Trump’s inauguration in Washington on Jan. 21, 2021, in Washington.
The First Lady is wearing her black velvet dress from her debut year in Washington with a ribbon and a pink ribbon.
The ribbon is in a purple and gold bow.
The pink bow ties are long, and they’re all in a rainbow pattern.
On Saturday, the First Family, wearing their gold dresses, also had to wear the dress for their farewell to the nation.
They also wore their gold earrings, black earrings and other accessories.
The first family members were photographed in the Capitol Garden at the President’s swearing-ins ceremony.
Trump will be sworn in as the 44th president on Jan, 21.
In addition to wearing her iconic black dress, Obama is wearing a new pink and white jacket with a silver bow.
The jacket features the name of the first lady and the words “Hope” and “Hope Never Fails.”
She wore the jacket for a photo with Trump, who had just walked down the aisle.
You’re going to get a lot out of her jacket.
And that jacket will be part of her wardrobe throughout the rest of her life.
The jacket will make her a more iconic First Lady in the eyes of women everywhere.