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Friday
Sep072012

Mrs. O in Ann Taylor

Amidst the DNC festivities last evening, the first lady was interviewed by several of the major news networks. For the appearances, Mrs. O wore an Ann Taylor wool dress in a vibrant blue adorned with an Alexis Bittar elongated marquis pin. A similar version of the dress, in black, is available on AnnTaylor.com, here. Lovely!

For the interviews:

"Michelle Obama: It's Getting Better All the Time" [ABC News]

"Michelle Obama: President Is Not Going to Lose" [CBS News]

Reader Comments (4)

Great looking dress and pretty affordable from Ann Taylor. I love this color on her and the Alex Bittar pin makes it pop!

Sunday, September 9, 2012 at 5:32 AM | Unregistered Commenterwillet784

Thanks Mrs. T for the links, as I did not get a chance to see this interview.
This color of blue looks amazing on FLOTUS. We noticed earlier this year that she seemed to be favoring blue tones, now I see why. I am loving that pin!

Sunday, September 9, 2012 at 9:40 AM | Registered CommenterCharlene in Detroit

I agree, the color is beautiful. Diane Sawyer, however, worked for Nixon and I'm not so sure of her impartiality.

Thursday, September 13, 2012 at 5:47 PM | Registered CommenterJoanne Stelling

Mrs. O looks great, as usual. I am struck by something about the photo. Ms. Sawyer looks great, also, as usual. But when you look at their facial expressions, on Mrs. O I see a sincere, joyful smile, and on Ms. S I see something a bit more jaded. I think what I love about Mrs. O is her authenticity. She is comfortable in her skin, she tells it like it is, she wears a mix of clothes all over the price spectrum, and she is real. When she stands next to all the people who have been in "the game" for so many years, it only enhances her beauty and freshness.

Monday, September 17, 2012 at 4:27 PM | Unregistered CommenterJAS

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