Back to more important matters:
(Warning: I’m about to effuse like a fangirl and give nothing of ANY substance at all. This is all cheesecake. There’s not even a strawberry on the sucker. Just syrup. No vitamins for you! So … prepare yourself.)
The hair. Don’t we love it? If you don’t love it you are LYING! The Snob REFUSES to believe you. Michelle’s hair could broker the Mideast Peace Process. Everyone could just agree she has a great ‘do and they could build from there.
And she has been soooo on point since the purple Jason Wu dress she wore on the cover of Vogue. And I love her hair pulled back! And I really, really, really think she should consider cutting it. I don’t know what into, but I’d LOVE to see her with short hair. It would make her look even more flirty and sporty. And you can do so much with a nice, fun short cut when you’ve got the cheekbones and narrow chin for it. I’ve got a head like a pumpkin. I need my ‘fro for balance.
I even like the bangs on her and I’m not a big fan of bangs. But the bangs WORK here. Along with the fuchsia and lace Tracy Reese, $395 special.
Nice work, Reese.
And seriously, I’m starting to wonder if Michelle even owns clothing with sleeves. She’s like Valerie Jarrett and my theory that she sleeps in her stillettos or how Mama Snob once would rather be caught dead than in closed-toed shoes.
Michelle apparently works too hard in the gym to not show “Precious” and “The Widowmaker” off and Precious and The Widowmaker are on fire for People.
And is it sad that I like the (cheaper, non-fashionista) People Mag cover better than the Vogue cover? They’re both treading similar territory: First Lady glamazon w/ arms of steel on maize colored couch in jewel-toned sleeveless wonder. Yet the traditional, non-fancy profile shot is really more of a People/Redbook/Ladies’ Home Journal thing. You can’t expect Vogue to properly grasp the simple, yet great when well-done, concept.