Whether it’s glorious gowns (Michelle Obama), smart suits (Hillary Clinton), or pretty pumps (Jacqueline Kennedy), each FLOTUS has had their signature look. Now, Dr. Jill Biden joins their ranks.
There’s a reason she was called “The First Lady of Fashion.” Whatever she wears, Michelle Obama kills it. During her eight years in the White House and in the years since, “Miche,” as husband Barack Obama calls her, changed up her style several times.
Whether it’s athleisure, sleek leather looks, or subdued sheath dresses, her outfits were (and are) almost all winners. Just look at this red gown she wore to her husband’s second inauguration!
The nation let out a collective gasp when Michelle Obama arrived at the inaugural ball following Barack Obama’s 2013 swearing-in ceremony in a ruby red chiffon gown with velvet detailing and a halter neck.
She paired the Jason Wu creation with sparkly bangles and those bangs. President Barack Obama joked at the time that Michelle Obama’s new hairdo was the most significant event of his second inauguration.
Dr. Jill Biden isn’t known for her fashion prowess, but she’s never seen without a stylish outfit. The former second lady — now incoming first lady — loves a coordinating skirt suit or figure-hugging dress fit for the office.
Jill Biden turned heads at the October 23, 2020 presidential debate when she arrived in a floral Dolce & Gabbana dress to support her husband. She wore a light blue cocktail dress with nude Jimmy Choo pumps and pearls. But what got people talking was her protective face mask. It was made out of the same fabric as her D&G outfit. How chic is that?
Source: Hollywood Life