"IF BEYONCE'S weave thinks she can upstage me, she is sorely mistaken"
That's right, folks. First lady Michelle Obama's new hairstyle has its own Twitter account. It makes sense, since the hairdo, unveiled on FLOTUS' 49th birthday last week, was one of the most talked-about things on Inauguration Day. Even President Obama affixed his presidential seal of approval.
Way to mix it up, Michelle.
She did us proud.
I was hoping FLOTUS would turn it out for the inauguration. And she did just that, first, with that hairstyle and then by stepping out for morning services in a fierce, navy, menswear-inspired coat by designer Thom Browne, pumps by J. Crew and a necklace by Cathy Waterman. Same thing with the first daughters, who stood out against Washington's dreary skies in bright pops of color - Malia in a fuchsia J. Crew coat and Sasha in a purple Kate Spade overcoat. Even Michelle's mother, Marian Robinson, was making a fashion statement in a luxurious-looking camel coat. Their outfits all worked individually but also as a group, making the first family look like something out of central casting.