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Entries in Miriam Haskell (8)


Suit and a Statement Earring

The First Lady spoke at the White House Forum on Military Credentialing and Licensing in Washington, DC on Monday. For the speaking engagement, Mrs. O wore a grey pinstripe suit paired with a purple blouse. The accessory star: Miriam Haskell oxidized silver plated brass earrings with agate crystals and glass.


Sunny in the Buckeye State

The first lady spoke at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, Ohio today. For the appearance, Mrs. O wore a sunny, embellished L'Wren Scott cardigan (previously seen in March, here) paired with pinstripe grey trousers. Love the optimistic hue! A Miriam Haskell crystal and pearl necklace completed the look.

Any style predictions for the debate tomorrow night?


Marching Forward in Style

The first lady visited the battleground states of Iowa and Wisconsin yesterday, making stops at the University of Northern Iowa and Lawrence University in Wisconsin. For the appearances, Mrs. O turned to a fitted forest green jacket, paired with a striped tee and black full-leg trousers. A Miriam Haskell necklace completed the look.

Hope everyone is having a great start to the weekend!


Women of Courage

The First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appeared at the State Department today to mark International Women's Day. There they presented the International Women of Courage awards to 10 women from around the world who have shown exceptional courage and leadership in advocating for women’s rights and empowerment.

On the style front, Mrs. O wore a cream jacquard dress by L'Wren Scott embellished with a statement brooch of glass beads and pearls by Miriam Haskell. Secretary of State Clinton was simple and chic in a black ensemble.

For more:

"A Clinton-Obama love fest at State" [Politico]

International Women of Courage Awards [U.S. Department of State]

Update: Later Thursday evening, the President and First Lady hosted campaign contest winners at a dinner in Washington, DC. For the event, Mrs. O wore a Tracy Reese dress, last seen in London, here.


Let's Move Tour 2012 - Day Two

Friday was a jam packed day for the First Lady, who continued her "Let's Move!" tour with stops in Texas and Florida. Mrs. O met with children from Nancy Moseley Elementary School and members of Bravo's series "Top Chef" at Kleberg Rylie Recreation Center in Dallas, Texas to promote healthy school lunches. Next it was on to Homestead, Florida, where Mrs. O spoke at a town hall on healthy families at Homestead YMCA Family Center.

On the style front: Mrs. O started her day in cheery brights, pairing a red scoop neck top with a blue pencil skirt and thin white belt. In Florida, Mrs. O changed into a plum wrap dress, gathered and tied at the waist.

"Helpings of Energy and Cheer for the Trail" [New York Times]

Update: Mrs. O wears a Rachel Roy Black Dahlia Ultra Suede Wrap Dress, available here. A statement necklace of colored glass beads and Swarovski crystals by Miriam Haskell completed the look.