As Whoopi Goldberg would say, “Michelle, you in danger, girl–” because Methinks the fashionistas are going to rip you to shreds after they get a load of this inaugural ball gown come Wednesday morning.
First Lady Michelle Obama chose a white chiffon one-shoulder gown, created by 26-year-old Tawainese designer Jason Wu, to wear to ten official balls celebrating the inauguration of her husband, President Barack Obama.
During Tuesday night’s Neighborhood Ball at the Washington Convention Center, President Obama, said: “First of all, how good-looking is my wife?”
Mrs. Obama is a beauty, Mr. President. Unfortunately, this full-skirted dress, complete with sparkly beading, isn’t nearly as pretty she is.
Some of you might disagree.
Per tradition, the dress will be donated to Washington’s Smithsonian Museum’s long-running collection on memorable First Lady fashions.
Now let’s talk about this dress! What did you think of Mrs. Obama’s Inaugural Night Gown? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.