Now that Michelle Obama is in the White House, she has to be careful that Nancy Reagan is not the First Lady to whom she is compared.
Ms. Hasselbeck was truly cartoonish during the election, and by that, I mean in a Cruella de Ville sort of way -- trying to promote the Republican ticket and to slap down the uppity Democrats.
Michelle's ivory-colored, one-shoulder dress looked bridal, and I mean that in the best way, because Barack and Michelle are embarking on a new journey together, as they were when they got married.
I'm 5'10" tall. Michelle Obama has 3/4 of an inch on me. I don't know her dress size, but I like to imagine that we could raid one another's closests comfortably.
Michelle is a perfect role model for all women. She looks like a strong, fit, self-assured woman who can take on anyone she needs to. She is what our culture barely has words for, "normal-weighted".
Michelle displays elegance for the tall and shapely girls who may have had a harder plight dainty little dresses Yes you can, sport polka dots and fitted turquoise and very much command the spotlight.
I am ecstatic about the election and proud of Obama, but he is everyone's President, not just mine -- and I am entitled to the same rights as everyone else to hold opinion of him.
When Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman is saying we're on the verge of the 2nd Great Depression even a political junkie like me needs a break.
Just as your lobes have begun to heal from your venture 7 years ago with ginormous earrings, they're back. And bigger than ever.
Most of us can learn a thing or two from this woman who came from humble beginnings on the South Side of Chicago to excel at the country's top institutions, with the goal of helping others.
I surprised myself at how seamlessly I went from my speech on breaking racial barriers to a critique of Michelle Obama's outfit as though they were both equally important.
All the modern day presidents and first ladies, while running for office and in office, wore designer duds. Except, of course, for the notoriously frugal Carter.
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First ladies don't fall prey to the pantsuit pandemic, but they don't need to. They are walking, sometimes talking, billboards for their husband's campaigns, concerned with conveying elegance not leadership.
We're situated right between New York and Miami, yet somehow Christian Louboutin jeweled heels and Narciso Rodriguez fitted skirts aren't dropped from the sky like food rations.