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Entries in L'Wren Scott (18)


Mrs. O & Bo

Image by Evan Vucci / AP Photo

Mrs. O hosted children of White House employees this afternoon for 'Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work' day. Making a special appearance was first dog Bo, who per the New York Times, was a very active participant in the Q&A session!

For the event, the first lady chose a Spring ensemble: a pink top and floral cardigan, paired with neutral-hued trousers and green pumps. Does anyone recognize the cardigan?

Update: Mrs. O wears a pink thread-embroidered cardigan by L'Wren Scott.

Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images


A Delightful Mix of Print and Pattern

Image by Jim Young / Reuters

The first lady hosted a town hall meeting on childhood obesity at the White House today, as part of an ongoing effort to support her "Let's Move" initiative.

Per Political Punch, "Mrs. Obama spent about an hour answering students’ questions that addressed the price of healthy food, what schools can do to educate students about healthy eating and living and the role that government can play in this effort."

On the style front, Mrs. O playfully mixed print and pattern, working with a palette of white, black and navy in her full skirt, floral camisole and lace print cardigan. More to follow.

Update #1: Mrs. O wears a lace cardigan by L'Wren Scott, paired with a Talbots blouse.

Update #2: Mrs. O's patchwork skirt is from the Jean Paul Gaultier S/S 2010 collection.


Lovely in L'Wren Scott 

Images by J. Scott Applewhite / AP Images

There's a new designer in the mix! To address the Grocery Manufacturuers Association Science Forum today, Mrs. O wore a pink and white striped silk sleeveless bow shirt and raspberry pink laquered high-waisted pencil skirt, both by L'Wren Scott. The pieces hail from L'Wren Scott's Spring 2010 collection, and can be seen here. What a delight to discover the unexpected inset of pink silk as the first lady left the stage!

Mrs. O's daring style was matched by the strength of her message today, as she called for a step change in the food industry: “We need you not just to tweak around the edges, but to entirely rethink the products that you’re offering, the information that you provide about these products, and how you market those products to our children." In fewer words, Mrs. O said the food industry has a duty to "step it up.”

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