When Michelle Obama marched up to the podium for her opening night DNC address in Charlotte, North Carolina, the FLOTUS was raring to talk about her esteemed husband, the state of education, her kids, and America in general. She represented well, partially because of what she said and somewhat because of what she wore.
And what she wore was a stunning two-toned, sleeveless affair by Tracy Reese that featured a bodice rocking a subtle pink print and an exaggerated silver hem that featured another print containing bits of pink to match the top.
See this carefully selected sartorial statement used for the political forum here and decide: Did the first lady find the right look for what she was aiming to do tonight as far as furthering Barack Obama's bid for the presidency once again. Or, do you think Michelle Obama and her fashion choice had little to no effect on how her husband will do come November when the voting commences?
That said, considered and answered, did you like this Michelle Obama style offering regardless of the reason she donned this particular dress? Even if you don't think this dress was appropriate for her role inside the DNC tonight, were you fond of the frock?
And what did you think of Michelle Obama's pick of J. Crew heels done in a pink color to match the top of her dress? A good choice or too matchy matchy? Thoughts? Thanks.