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Bus Tours and Baseball

Photos by Susan Walsh, Tom Gannam and Paul Sancya / AP Images

Wednesday was another jam-packed day for the First Lady, who started out with an appearance alongside the President at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Hampton, VA for the final day of his bus tour. While the President pitched his Job's Act, Mrs. O had good news of her own. The First Lady announced that the American Logistics Association (ALA) and their 270 affiliate companies have committed to hiring 25,000 veterans and military spouses by the end of 2013 -- certainly a big win for the Joining Forces effort!

After a quick stop at a pumpkin patch, the First Lady was off to St. Louis to attend Game 1 of the World Series between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Texas Rangers. There, Mrs. O greeted veterans in a program sponsored by Major League Baseball and Joining Forces. Mrs. O and Dr. B also made an on field appearance, joined by Marine Lance Corporal James Sperry and his daughter Hannah for the national anthem. 

On a style note, Mrs. O rewore a few pieces seen earlier this year, including a Reed Krakoff blazer and Marc by Marc Jacobs sweater, both seen here.

Update: Bonus video!


Tchau, Rio

Image by Felipe Dana / AP Images

Leaving Brazil, Mrs. O wears a Marc by Marc Jacobs Simone Stripe Dress, available here. Mrs. O's lucite bracelets are Alexis Bittar.


Mrs. O Reads Dr. Seuss

Official White House Photo by Saul Loeb

First Lady Mrs. O attended the National Education Association's Read Across America Kickoff at The Library of Congress in Washington, DC today. Mrs. O joined Secretary of Education Duncan to read "Green Eggs and Ham" to a group of young Dr. Seuss enthusiasts. (Today also marked the late Dr. Seuss's 107th birthday.)

For the event, Mrs. O turned to a springy pink and white floral print top, paired with a full, red skirt and coordinating obi-inspired belt. A jeweled flower pin accessorized the look. P.S. Does anyone recognize this top? It looks O so familiar... Thanks to reader Lys, who identified the skirt as Marc by Marc Jacobs, seen here. And to reader Iris, who identifed the top as Duro Olowu. The floral pattern was used in the designer's Spring Summer 2010 collection, seen here.

"Michelle Obama reads Dr. Seuss to Kids" [Washington Post]