First Lady Michelle Obama’s Fashion at the State of the Union

21 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Did Michelle Obama Channel The Good Wife’s Alicia at the State of the Union Address?.

First lady Michelle Obama channeled another powerful political woman on Tuesday night when she appeared at the State of the Union address in a gray Michael Kors suit. Eagle-eye television fans spotted the wide-collared tweed jacket as one sported last season by Julianna Margulies’s character Alicia Florrick on the CBS drama The Good Wife. ABC News rushed to report on this all-important political story, pointing out that the Kors Origami Collar Tweed jacket is sold out at Nordstrom – darn the luck – but that Neiman Marcus still has it, at $797, reduced from nearly $1,600.

London’s Daily Mail, which played up the story on its website Tuesday night, made special note of the fact that Margulies’ character is the wife of a disgraced politician. Archie Panjabi – has boosted the profile of costume designer Dan Lawson, who has collaborated with a London-based company on togs for business women and is even designing accessories with a New York jewelry company.

Just before 8pm ET, senior White House adviser Dan Pfeiffer teased his audience with a variation of Obama’s 2008 campaign slogan and a picture of a tan suit. Pfeiffer chastised the media industry for its immediate response to his Tuesday night Tweet: “Everyone visit the Obama library years from now, pull all the reporter emails on the tan suit tweet and then decide whether to laugh or cry.” Republican senator Joni Ernst, of Iowa, wore camouflage-print heels before her rebuttal speech. Ernst is the only female combat veteran to serve in the US Senate and her speech is expected to criticize Obama’s military actions. “What’s with Paul Ryan’s beard?” the DC media asked when the latest session of Congress began earlier this month.

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