And, of course, in this case, there are two little girls to ooh and ahh over as well. Fashion has a way of coming around again and again (can you say skinny jeans?). The endless newsreels playing for the last few weeks have been looking back at past first ladies and the styles and colors of their inaugural ensembles. (Who can forget the amount of commentary about her daring black and red ensemble on the night of the election?) I, for one, love the acknowledgement that the media is giving to fashion today. I have visions of Michelle Obama s daughters, one day in the far future, unwrapping beautiful dresses from some treasured garment bag wrapped carefully in tissue paper, and saying to their own daughters, This is the dress your grandmother wore to meet the King of England, and this is what she wore when she met the President of France.
You will be more than the hero when you have that gorgeous plus size little black dress for someone s special New Year s Eve or a beautiful plus size blouse to accent a great suit for that big interview. We are center stage all day today and we know it! But truthfully, we know something that everyone else might NOT know. Be sure to save those special pieces to hand down to your daughters and nieces. Even plus size women like Oprah Winfrey have shared that finding the right dress in her size has driven her to tears on the MOST special occasions, like the Emmy s. It felt like every news channel you turned to did a critique of her outfit how it seemed to match the color of the church that it was a happy color and embraced Mrs. For those of us in the clothing industry from fabric designers, to boutique owners, to seamstresses and tailors and factory workers well, this is a really great day for us.) It s every single day that you go to work. (And it s the dinner where you meet his parents. We are center stage EVERY day and it s not just for the big occasions. And what doesn t come around becomes great stuff for school plays and Halloween costumes (poodle skirts and white leisure suits, anybody?). What a day to be a dress maker! By now, if you were up early, you saw Michelle Obama leave her (very) temporary residence in a golden yellow brocade dress with a matching long jacket and long silk scarf smiling and waving to news crews as she entered St.
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