Finally, after months of waiting, Becoming by Michelle Obama has been released and I am singing its praises. Check out my review of the book.
As with past presidential terms, both the President and First Lady took new official White House portraits. Michelle’s new portrait shows off her new bangs, and gives her a softer appearance than her previous official shot.
Everyone has been guessing as to what type of gown Michelle would wear—would she choose black or white, a traditional look or a more avante garde frock? We cannot get enough of Michelle and her style choices.
On this Martin Luther King Day, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden were sworn in again today at the official Inauguration ceremony on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol.
Style chain White House | Black Market designed nine new gowns for their limited edition Inaugural Ball inspired dresses earlier this month, featuring cocktail dresses to beaded gowns.
This year, we also brought to you many topics and articles that have become popular online. Because of this, I thought it would be cool to bring to you our 7 most popular blog posts and articles from 2012
TheCubicleChick.com’s Fashion and Style Contributor Coco Michelle counts down her top 5 fashion icons of 2012.
FLOTUS Michelle, and daughters Malia and Sasha joined their husband and father on stage at McCormick Place as he gave his acceptance speech.
Both Michelle and Ann came dressed in the nines in pink, the color that reflects breast cancer awareness. October is Breast Cancer Month, and it was fabulous to see these ladies wearing this color to show support of those affected by breast cancer.
And while we might not agree exactly on who actually won the debate, but we just might agree on the fashion choices for the evening. FLOTUS Michelle Obama stepped out to support her husband (on their 20th anniversary, I might add) wearing a blue skirt suit from Preen’s 2011 fall collection.
No matter your political affiliation, most everyone understands how important the next presidential election is for the country. This week, the Democratic National Convention took place in the charming city of Charlotte, and millions of people tuned in to see just what the Democratic Party would focus on in terms of the state of our nation.
But the night understandingly belonged to First Lady Michelle Obama, who closed the evening with a stirring speech, letting us know why we should re-elect her husband.