Melania Trump's trip to the Great Wall of China on Friday, a stop on President Trump’s five-country Asian tour, is her most stunning photo op yet.
Michelle Obama wore an eye-catching plaid dress while talking about friendship, social media, and parenting at the Obama Foundation summit.
Melania Trump’s casual shirt was a 360-degree departure from how she began the weekend, wearing an $1,880 green Missoni midi-dress and Manolo Blahnik orange snakeskin stilettos.
For her 16th birthday, Sasha wore a low-cut, coral silk slipdress with simple gold layered necklaces and her hair smooth and sleek.
The world has watched Sasha Obama grow up — from the cute little girl cheering her dad on at the Democratic Convention almost a decade ago to the poised young woman she is today. Sasha has always had her family’s back and seems to offer something fun in any situation she is thrown into. She is bold and fearless, and unsurprisingly stands strong for what she believes in. To celebrate her 16th birthday, here are some of the moments that made us wish she were our very own little sister.
On Friday in Washington, D.C., Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. And while Trump’s own sartorial savvy has been questioned by some, let’s be honest: Barring an outrageous faux pas (or, you know, a Scotch-taped tie), there’s just not a whole lot to say about a guy in a suit. It’s one of the reasons we’d much rather talk about first lady style, or first kids’ style. While presidents and first ladies are constricted in their style choices by custom and ethics, first kids, especially in recent decades, have a relative amount of freedom to, well, be kids.
Malia and Michelle Obama join President Obama on stage at his farewell address. During the speech, President Obama’s older daughter, Malia, was seen on the screen, even tearing up at one point. Many Americans took to social media to speculate as to why she was not in attendance, and Sasha’s absence began trending worldwide, with the hashtag #wheressasha being widely used.
The Obamas had their final Christmas-tree lighting on the Ellipse in President’s Park last night, and of course, the first family showed up in style. While they all looked great, with Barack keeping it simple with a long, black coat, a suit, and a burgundy scarf, and Michelle wearing a black coat with a metallic pattern on the front, we were particularly digging Sasha’s outerwear — a faux-fur deep navy blue Opening Ceremony coat.
After bringing her Let Girls Learn initiative to Europe last summer, Michelle Obama is continuing to draw attention to adolescent education. On Monday, the first lady, who brought along her daughters, Sasha, 15, and Malia, 17, and mother Marian Robinson, landed in Libera. Following the announcement that the United States would be providing $27 million in aid for the expansion of the Let Girls Learn Peace Corps program in the country as well as meeting with Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the first elected female head of state in Africa, the Obamas moved on to Morocco.
Sasha Obama was just 7 years old when her father became President. Now, a few months shy of 15, we’ve seen her style has transform with just as much maturity and grace as her father’s growth in the White House. Sasha can be seen sporting a ladylike overcoat one day, and an easy-breezy denim skirt and sweater ensemble the next. She’s versatile, while always being age-appropriate — with signs of an older, more sophisticated Sasha Obama emerging at events like her first-ever state dinner, which she attended just last month in a stunning Naeem Khan gown.
It’s been over 10 years since I attended my high school prom, but I remember it like it was yesterday. It was the year How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days came out, and all the girls in my high school wanted that simple-but-timeless canary yellow silk dress Kate Hudson’s character wore. Times may have changed, pop culture’s influence on prom season remains. So whether you loved the stunning blue-sequin Calvin Klein dress Selena Gomez wore to this year’s Grammys, or Zendaya’s graphic Ulyana Sergeenko gown from the Kids’ Choice Awards, here are 5 ways to steal your favorite starlet’s look for your big night.
Perhaps no hashtag had a bigger year than #squadgoals, with Instagrammers using it to label everything from group shots with their pals to a table full of Starbucks cups. Taylor Swift and her ever-expanding posse of girlfriends are widely credited with spurring its popularity in 2015. At one point actors (and hilarious social-media presences) Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart even asked Swift: “May we join the squad?” (Her response? “You two are the ULTIMATE Squad Goals.”) Besides besties McKellen and Stewart, here are the most notable #squads of the year. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
President Barack Obama sings onstage during the with National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony with daughters Malia and Sasha, mother-in-law Marian Robinson, first lady Michelle Obama, and Reese Witherspoon. Photo: AP
President Barack Obama and his daughters Malia and Sasha shop at Upshur Street Books in Washington, DC. Photo: AP President Barack Obama kept up his holiday tradition of supporting small businesses. Obama and daughters Malia and Sasha visited Upshur Street Books in Washington’s Petworth neighborhood Saturday, where he bought nine books. The Obamas skimmed through books in the fiction section of the dimly lit store with bright green walls.
Photo: Twitter/TeeThaGoddess Not since Malia Obama took a “How you like me” selfie wearing a Pro Era T-shirt has the internet had this much to say about the Obama daughters’ wardrobes. These aren’t the bootleg 4-stripe Adidas we used to spot in our middle school halls.
Michelle Obama wears Carolina Herrera for the Pope’s visit. Photo: Getty Pope Francis’s touch down in Washington, D.C. may have been the biggest thing in the news Tuesday evening, but personally, I couldn’t take my eyes off off Michelle Obama, and the flaw-free outfit she’d chosen to wear for the highly photo-documented occasion. To greet the Pope at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, Obama, joined by her husband, Barack, and daughters, Malia and Sasha, dressed as appropriately and as lovely as we’ve come to expect. Her dress, by devout Catholic designer Carolina Herrera, was a baby blue, fit-and-flare, wool crepe number, with short sleeves, a ‘60s-esque high cowl neck, and matching skinny belt.
Sisters Sasha & Malia Obama Like to Share Clothes The Obama family returning home from vacation. Photo: Getty Images Sasha and Malia Obama might live in a big white house, be trailed by secret service, and have a parent who knows the nuclear codes, but they’re still just normal teenagers. On a recent summer escape from Washington, DC, theFirst Family vacationed in Martha’s Vineyard, where they went on family bike rides , played golf, and most likely went to the beach. On Sunday, the FFOTUS returned to the country’s capital, still sporting their best island clothes.
Sure, Michelle Obama might dress in local designer duds wherever she travels, most recently wearing a multicolor knit Missoni dress in Italy, but it’s her daughters that truly capture the culture in their clothes choices. Sasha and Malia Obama landed in Milan on Wednesday with Sasha leading the way down the air-stairs in a sweet seersucker mini dress and cognac leather gladiator sandals. Her sister, on the other hand wore an illusion two-piece heather gray jersey dress with white Mary Janes. And while FLOTUS went off with Chef Mario Batali, who wore his signature orange crocs even in front of the first lady, to preach to Italians that maybe so many carbs and wine without at least a little exercise might not be the greatest lifestyle choice, the teenagers went off to explore the European city on their own (aka with secret service, paparazzi, and an entire posse of other people).
Michelle Obama’s in London for just two days (before moving onto other parts of the United Kingdom and Italy for a weeklong trip), and she’s already off to a fashionable — and productive — start. On Monday, the first lady disembarked at Stansted Airport wearing a bright summer-friendly dress from Preen by Thornton Bregazzi.
Sasha and Malia Obama’s travel style is on-point as they return to the White House from Hawaii on January 4. Photo: Corbis The First Family flew back to DC on Sunday after vacationing in Hawaii over the holiday. They go every year, but this time around something was different: Sasha and Malia Obama displayed seriously enviable vacation style. From the minute they left DC, the teenagers set an example for all travelers—even those who aren’t flying Air Force One.