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MANILA, Philippines - All eyes were on the Obamas during the inaugural ceremonies but more were on Michelle Obama whose choice of gown for the Inaugural ball got the fashion world speculating.
For the 2013 Commander-in-Chief's ball, the First Lady donned a ruby red chiffon and velvet gown custom-made by Canadian-Taiwanese designer Jason Wu, who also designed the First Lady's off-shoulder white dress for the inaugural ball in 2009. The halter neckline of the 2013 gown set off Mrs. Obama's strong shoulders perfectly.
Her accessories of choice? Jimmy Choo for shoes and Kimberly McDonald for the accessories.
Earlier in the day, she stepped out in men's tie-inspired matching navy coat and dress by Thom Browne. For the swearing-in ceremony, she wore a blue A-line Reed Krakoff dress.
Michelle Obama's red Jason Wu gown worked perfectly with her skin, making her glow. Watch this video of her dance with the President:
What do you think of Michelle Obama's sartorial choices? Which ones caught your eye? Let us know by posting your comments below. - Rappler.com
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