Fans Are Praising Michelle Obama For Rocking This Selena-Inspired Bustier Outfit, And This Is Just One Of Her Best Outfits
For anyone reading Michelle Obama’s memoir “Becoming” — you know that the former First Lady has been a boss since day one. If you’re not reading it, you should, like right now. The memoir is a touching and inspirational look at how this woman formed into a confident, sassy, incredible, and admirable leader of the world. As she continues on her record-selling memoir tour, Mrs. Obama is bringing show-stopping looks.
Obama’s book tour is a fashion runway for this former First Lady.
She’s been serving some amazing looks.
She’s always been stylish, but this year she is taking it to another level.
On May 11, Michelle Obama showed up at her book event in Atlanta wearing this incredible bustier, and we were beside ourselves.
The New York Post reports that Obama was wearing a Sergio Hudson-inspired “custom silk crepe two-piece” with a black sequin bustier top by Christy Rilling Studio, her “personal tailor since 2009.”
And we cannot deny how much she resembles Selena Quintanilla with her purple and black outfit.
Selena is the queen of bustier tops, after all.
We’re not the only ones who saw the resemblance.
Selena would be proud.
Yeah, we thought of Selena’s dad too.
She wears it with so much class too!
During her Q&A with Oprah’s BFF Gayle King, Obama talked to audiences about the importance of being president, which we took as some much welcomed shade toward President Donald Trump.
“Being president is hard and it’s dangerous because there are no easy answers to any of this stuff,” she said, according to Oprah magazine. “It requires intelligence and it requires understanding history. You’ve got to have the temperament and patience.” Umm, yes!!
She added, “As a mother what you do not understand if you’re asking me to run, is the toll it takes on the people around the president. It is a heavy ask. My children are graceful, wonderful, and they are champions to have made it through eight years alive on the other end of this. I am grateful.”
We are grateful to you, Michelle, and your amazing fashion sense.
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