Posts tagged malia obama
Posts tagged malia obama
This is what the First Family wore for Easter, because no holiday is complete without high fashion. Sasha and Malia went with dark colors for the occasion (so brave), while the President and First Lady lightened up their looks for spring. Sasha’s necklace is the most enviable piece she’s ever worn.
Also notice that Malia is almost as tall as her father now — she and I should start a club.
Sasha and Malia Obama are, of course, owning the Inauguration festivities today. Malia is in J. Crew, Sasha in Kate Spade. Nothing makes me prouder to be American than these girls and their commitment to fashion.
There’s nothing like seeing our nation’s leaders in seasonal attire to put me in the holiday spirit.
Politics aside, this election was a win for tween fashion.
Sasha and Malia — four more years.
We get it, Carina Castro. You have great hair. But in my six and a half years of life, I haven’t touched my hair as many times as you did in six and a half seconds.
If you’re going to have a career in professional politics, you’re going to have to learn to sit still and keep your tongue in your mouth. Here are some good examples:
It’s President’s Day, so please have a gratuitous picture of Malia Obama and Bo the dog.
(Malia, love the outfit, but next time pair it with a more feminine shoe. I don’t know where this witch-boot trend came from, but it needs to go away.)
Sasha Obama! That girl is absolutely bringing it. I’ll overlook the booger-colored gloves and focus instead on the beautiful neon-primary color blocking she’s got going on. That coat is delicious — and super on-trend. (I myself don’t usually wear coats, even in the dead of winter, because then how will the paparazzi get a photograph of my outfit?)
Washington needs more women like this — look how dull and boring everything else in this photo is!
Mr. President, you may be looking proudly upon Malia here, but the only thing she’s doing right are those leather gloves.
This picture makes me proud to be an American. (Not that I wouldn’t still prefer living in Paris, but I think I’d keep my citizenship nonetheless.)
Malia’s delicate lace dress is just lovely, and Sasha is really working this tastefully-loud floral print.
Also, Michelle Obama’s aesthetician has become more forgiving with the eyebrow wax, and I think we can all agree that the First Lady is looking way less scary these days.