Michelle Obama’s Easter outfit a Prabal Gurung repeat
Fashion-savvy FLOTUS rejects ‘one-wear-only’ policy, works floral print dress for a third time.
For this year’s Easter festivities at St. John’s Episcopal Church, the first lady wore a white, floral-printed Prabal Gurung dress.
The floral frock may look familiar; the FLOTUS wore the same ensemble when she hosted former President George W. Bush and former first lady Laura Bush at the White House -- and then again two years before that to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, reports the Huffington Post.
It’s not the first time the FLOTUS has recycled her fashion favorites. Remember the purple Michael Kors silk dress she wore to her husband’s re-election? Michelle first wore the dress to a White House holiday party in 2009, then again for a military event in November of 2010, according to the Huffington Post.
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Obamagirl1007, you comment is so TRUE! Forgive the haters. If she had a new dress for every public event, negative comments would have followed too.
It a done deal!!! Love her or leave her alone!!!!! She is the First Lady!!!!!
People complain she spends to much on her cloths.....that's bunk !
She the only first lady i recall to wear her cloths more than once , she recycles her wardrobe and buys most of her things at more reasnable stores , she even shops at Target !
Does anyone really care? Stop the negativity and be happy and glad for what we have. Too much criticism, say nice things and you will feel nice.
Glad to see her wearing something with sleeves. So much classier for a First Lady. I realize she has toned arms but a First Lady should always wear sleeves to look complete.
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