The President looks happy to escort her down the stairs and they look great as a couple! He still looks at her like they were dating and he is still try to get that first date.
Mr. Lovettelli Has Spoken And You Will Listen!
(InStyle) articleI can't find it anywhere in the Constitution, so maybe there is a first lady dress code buried in an obscure addendum to the Voting Rights Act of 1965, since every mistress of the White House for the last four decades has chosen a wardrobe that follows a particular one with near pathological devotion.
President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama arrive in Prague, Czech Republic, in early April.
No sooner does her inaugural ballgown get spirited away to the Smithsonian, then out it comes: The First Lady Suit -- that tailored, multibuttoned blazer over a skirt straighter than an Ionic column in a primary, patriotic or tastefully unobjectionable color.
"We didn't tire of Camelot for well over two years and we still haven't really yet."
The family images, while all carefully controlled, "help humanize the new president, help him govern, after all how many families are there out there struggling to bring up kids in this economy?" Watson added.
And unlike the Kennedys, the Obamas come from ordinary, middle-class families, born without the advantages of privilege and wealth.
It is exactly this image of the family next door, which so many Americans as well as people around the world, find both endearing and inspirational, analysts argue.
"It's almost like they represent a new way of how we should be thinking about ourselves, and that is the way people respond to them."
With an enviable eye for color and layering, she has fashioned a riveting parade of on- and off-the-shoulder dresses, cardigans, cinched trenches, leggings, wide-legged trousers and full skirts, working them in intense florals or unexpected hues such as chartreuse and emerald. InStyle.com: Obama's favorite designers
What's more, not only does our first lady proudly stride with the confidence and warmth of a modern American woman, but the wardrobe she steps out in boasts relevance, comfort, and -- dare we say it? -- sex appeal. InStyle.com: Try on Obama's hairstyle