We're just so glad he seems happy!
The source spilled:
Awww that's so amazing!
The insider added:
[Image via Guillermo Proano/WENN.]
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Girl's gotta keep up with the trends, right?!
From left to right, the blonde fashionista provided fans with various choices in garments all week long — first being a stripped number she wore to an Instyle event on September 8.
The t-shirt dress was very GAP meets Club Monaco, and we're mixed on its casual design for a party setting.
Next up was Tracy Reese's show on the 7th, where Jen donned a python and stripped number. She paired that with a black skinny belt and pumps.
Also on the 8th, the actress attended the alice + olivia presentation, looking super adorable in a floral and red frock!
And late last week (Friday and Saturday) the actress glammed up her look, with a ruffled LDB and booties at Mara Hoffman and a glittering gold ensem while mingling outside Monique Lhuillier's show!
So much to choose from! Which JM fashion week look was your fave?!
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The First Lady posed in front of the Lincoln Memorial for the Let Freedom Ring Commemoration wearing a beautiful black dress covered in large scarlet-colored flowers by American designer Tracy Reese.
Upon seeing FLOTUS wearing her design at the monumental anniversary, Tracy was flattered:
Wow! That was fast!
You're probably asking yourself why Reese's Versailles Matelasse dress for Anthropologie's Made in Kind collection looks nothing like FLOTUS'.
Let Tracy explain:
"This is actually the same dress Mrs. Obama wore to the Democratic National Convention, in a new different version. She wore the sleeveless version in a different fabric. I wanted to make it as rich as possible, so we printed it on this wonderful silk and linen jacquard so it just gives some texture to it, and topped it off with something abstract printed on lace.”
The MObama-inspired frock has a price tag of $298 and is available at Anthropologie today!
Which dress do U prefer???
[Image via Anthropologie.]
The designer is planning to make the silk jacquard frock en masse!
"It was something that we are planning for later so we are trying to rush it through the cycle so more people can get their hands on it sooner."
Yay! And how much will it cost you to look like MObama? Under $500!
We know you’ll do the right thing. Ha!
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