Exploring the Inaugural Fashion of First Ladies

From Jackie O to Michelle, a look back at the history of our nation's stylish first ladies.
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From Jackie Kennedy's elegant off white sleeve gray chiffon gown with matching cape. To Nancy Reagan's white beaded one shoulder number. To Michelle Obama is ruby red halter. The First Lady inaugural fashion has helped define the way we dress. Barbara Bush chose the royal blue gallon within a symmetrical draped silk satin skirt. For the 1989. Inaugural balls. The justice designer Arnold Scott seat noting at the time the bush was suddenly the most glamorous grandmother in the United States. As for Hillary Clinton and Laura Bush they opted for a relatively unknown local designers for their first inaugural balls. Before turning to the same man Oscar de la Renta for these shimmering confections. Worn to her husband's second inaugurations. But perhaps no First Lady has shaken up to modern fashion world. Quite like Michelle Obama. The outgoing float is where this one shouldered white gown with a organza flowers since Ross Crystal embellished events to the 2009 inaugural balls. I. Jason Wu who created it down saying the design was meant to symbolize hopes for a new generation. It holds its dream life it's classic all the same all the folly that concern Michelle Obama.

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