An aware pear, Michelle Obama is most commonly found in a sheath dress [sheeth dress] noun: a close fitting, figure hugging, mid calf or shorter silhouette with a defined waist but no waistband. Like the closely fitting case of a dagger from which the sheath dress derives it’s name, it’s perfectly perilous when filled with the dangerous blade of a lower figure. Given Michelle’s 5 feet 10 and three-quarter inches she executes of a long, strong profile.
When not in her uniform sheeth, Michelle Obama is often draped in elegant, billowy sleeve. These puffy sleeves [puhf-ee slēvs] noun are suited to counteract the strong line of a full hip. Their diaphanous refinement is not in any way appropriate for pirates or Renaissance Fair freaks. These are fully sophisticated signatures, Michelle’s pill box hat.
Tra⋅di⋅tion⋅al [truh-dish-uh-nl] adjective: of, pertaining to, characteristic or being a style or mode of classic American dress, clean, established, preppy. Michelle takes iconic classics like the white dress shirt and infuses it with hope and change. Far more than a row of neat buttons and a pointed collar, this crisp rendition is far from the cliche, fresh and ready for action.
Sig⋅na⋅ture [sig-nuh-cher, -choor] noun: serving to identify or distinguish a person. Some of her Dorothy Quincey Hancocks include simple strands of pearls, colorful statement brooches, and figure accentuating waist belts.
Shop⋅ping /ˈʃɒpɪŋ/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [shop-ing] noun: of, for, or pertaining to examining and buying merchandise at available facilities or merchandise locations. Democratic enough to buy off the rack, this woman buys what she wears from establishments such as H&M, Black House White Market, J.Crew, Maria Pinto, Narciso Rodriguez
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