Michelle Obama Wears $35 Dress By Swedish Company H&M on ‘Today’ show

By on Feb 11, 2011 in Fashion, Lifestyle, United States Comments

US First Lady Michelle Obama, wearing a $35 dress from  H&M, was interviewed by Matt Lauer of ‘Today‘ show on Wednesday, February 9, 2011ay, according to a report by Shine. Lauer discussed a number of issues with the First Lady that include President Barack Obama‘s performance and his recent decision to quit smoking.

US First Lady Michelle Obama
Image Credit: Peter Kramer/AP

Mrs. Obama dismissed speculations that President Obama dyes his grey hair and prohibit her daughters from using Facebook, internet’s most popular social networking site.

The highlight of the interview with Mrs. Obama is about her fashion preference including her choice of dress.

During the interview, the first lady wore an H&M dress collection that looks breezy, feminine, polka-dot piece that is reportedly worth only $34.95. H&M is a Swedish retail chain with stores across the US.

Mrs. Obama revealed that the her stylist customized the dress by adding a three-quarter-length sleeves and paired the dress with a bold orange belt (instead of the original red cloth sash) and a bright yellow heels.

Mrs. Obama however is no stranger to bargain fashion having worn Gap T-shirts that costs $10, sundresses from Target, famous for its low-priced sale. The first lady is also a fan of mid-range retail chains that include J.Crew and H&M. During the 2008 campaign, Mrs. Obama wore a striped shift dress with a thick black belt from H&M.

In recent state dinner, Mrs. Obama was seen wearing a high-end Alexander McQueen design gown.



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