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FLOTUS Wears Red Wu @ Commander-in-Chief Ball

First Lady Michelle Obama wowed the crowd in a red Jason Wu gown and Jimmy Choo shoes tonight at the Commander-in-Chief Inaugural Ball. I must say this year's gown slays her 2008 choice. FLOTUS shows us once again why she is the First Lady of Fashion.

More photos after the jump.


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You know, Aminah, I decided to take a trip down Michelle Obama Watch Memory Lane, and had a brief trawl through the 2008/2009 archives. It was good to go back and see your posts and read the comments given by way of response. times it used to get a little heated in here! It reminded me of just how good it was to have MOW, especially in those heady, early days,

It was amazing the types of petty things that would get some people bent out of shape. I'm sure we remember the days when many a Ms. Angry was virulently anti bare arms showing, and as for those cardigans...hadn't the First Lady heard of those items of clothing called jackets....?

The First Lady was simply being herself. Many have cottoned on to that, now; the naysayers are very quiet, (Many, no doubt, have now got their own bare arms complemented by a cardie look going on, too.)

She looks beautiful in the photographs, and I can never get enough of seeing her with the President.

I wish them both a wonderful 2013.

January 26, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDee

Thanks Dee. We have definitely had some good times here. It's hard to believe that it's been almost 5 years. Thanks for your continued support.

February 8, 2013 | Registered CommenterAminah

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