First Lady Wears Same Dress Twice…And We Love It!

[picapp align=”none” wrap=”false” link=”term=michelle+obama+picnic&iid=9062440″ src=”http://view4.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/9062440/president-obama-hosts/president-obama-hosts.jpg?size=500&imageId=9062440″ width=”380″ height=”269″ /]

[picapp align=”none” wrap=”false” link=”term=michelle+obama+mexico+airport&iid=8506017″ src=”http://view1.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/8506017/first-lady-michelle-obama/first-lady-michelle-obama.jpg?size=500&imageId=8506017″ width=”380″ height=”251″ /]

Even First Lady Michelle Obama wears the same dress twice!

Wednesday at a White House picnic, she was spotted wearing the Tracy Reese Shirred Frock in Indigo Placement Floral.

That’s about two months after she donned the same dress while arriving at the Benito Juarez International Airport in Mexico City in April.

And do we mind? Not at all! She’s on trend with floral print, fabulous and fly! Loves it!

P.S. If you want to steal Mrs. Obama’s look, click here.

Share

Kim Laughing It Off

Kim Kardashian is laughing off critics’ comments about her recent dress debacle.


The reality star writes in her blog post headlined “Eva Longoria Has Great Taste,”

I got busted wearing the same dress as Eva Longoria. Haha! But hey, that would have never stopped me from wearing this beautiful navy gown. I just love it!

NY Times Report on SJP: Where have I seen that dress before?

 

Courtesy NY Times\' On the Runway

Left, Sarah Jessica Parker at the New York premiere of “Sex and the City” in a Nina Ricci gown designed by Olivier Theyskens. Right, Lauren (Davis) Santo Domingo at the Met ball with Olivier Theyskens. (Photos: Joshua Lott/Rueters, left; Billy Farrell/PatrickMcMullan.com)

From Nytimes.com’s “On the Runway:”

This week for the New York premiere of “Sex and the City,” Sarah Jessica Parker wore a strapless Nina Ricci gown designed by Olivier Theyskens.

It was one of 40 outfits that Parker planned for the movie’s premieres in London and Berlin, and the press junkets. She looked glamorous and happy in the dress and was asked several times by reporters on the red carpet if it was the sort of dress that Carrie Bradshaw would have worn.

New Yorkers have no trouble seeing SJP as Carrie, and given the TV show’s name-dropping familiarity with the fashion world, what she wore to the opening was bound to get attention. It had to be stand-out.

Parker was surprised, then, to learn the morning after the premiere that the silver pleated Ricci dress had already been worn on a red-carpet—by Lauren (Davis) Santo Domingo at the Met ball, on May 5. Santo Domingo went to the Met with Theyskens.

Read more of this Cathy Horyn article here.