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Michelle Obama wearing a Thom Browne coat and J.Crew pumps at yesterday's 57th Presidential Inauguration.
The power pumps: The J.Crew Valentina heels ($238) that Michelle donned yesterday have since sold out, but they should be back in stock soon.
Michelle wore an Alexander McQueen blouse from his 2011 collection. The original blouse is no longer available, but we love this similar version ($995).
Michelle wore this Tracy Reese frock ($398) at the Democratic National Convention in September 2012. The dress is still available for purchase.
Not so into Michelle’s daily arm workouts? Go for a lazier approach with half-pound weighted bangles ($35 for two).
Out of the 15 designers who submitted dresses for the Inaugural Ball, Michelle chose a custom Jason Wu chiffon and velvet gown for the big night.
No matter what you might think of the Obamas? politics, there?s no denying that Michelle is a style icon. She's made designers like Jason Wu household names, mixes high and low with wild success and is always up for a little self-reinvention.
Here, a few ways to get her pitch-perfect second-term look:
?Cool? Hair (That?s Also Age-Appropriate) Think bangs are juvenile? Think again. Michelle?s look works because she went for face-framing fringe (rather than a horizontal cut) and paired it with a polished bob.
The Jacquard Coat We absolutely loved the Thom Browne coat she wore to yesterday?s inauguration. Channel the perfectly fitted and functional (read: warm!) style with a jacquard coat from ASOS ($111) or Boden ($139).
The Low-Key Blouse She dressed things down for the Kids' Inaugural Concert in an oversize Alexander McQueen blouse (similar style, $995). Snag cheaper versions at Zappos ($70) or Romwe ($47) and cinch with the same Anthropologie belt ($48) she sported.
The Killer Arms Not so into Michelle?s daily arm workouts? Go for a lazier approach with half-pound weighted bangles ($35 for two), which promise to work your bis and tris while you go about your day. The bipartisanship of fashion and fitness: We?re pretty sure the First Lady would approve.
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