Michelle Obama gets fashion inspiration from TV hit ‘The Good Wife’
Social media last night was abuzz with comments on the First Lady’s wardrobe choice at the 2015 State of the Union on Tuesday night
Is Michelle Obama a good wife? Well we at least know she dresses like one.
Social media last night was abuzz with comments on the First Lady’s wardrobe choice at the 2015 State of the Union on Tuesday night.
Dubbed “flawless” and “stunning,” the First Lady donned a wide-collared tweed Michael Kors jacket, almost identical to one worn by actress Julianna Margulies’s character Alicia Florrick in hit TV drama “The Good Wife.”
Like the First Lady, Florrick is a lawyer and former wife of influential Chicago politician.
An eagle-eyed fan first made the connection and posted comparison shots on Twitter, generating a buzz on social media sites.
Even Kors acknowledged the First Lady’s outfit on Twitter.
The Michael Kors top, called the Origami Collar Tweed Jacket, comes with a $797 price tag at Neiman Marcus. Although the outfit originally comes with a matching zipped up skirt, the First Lady sported a different grey skirt.
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