Saturday, 21 May 2011

Fantastically Fashionable First Ladies

1. Samantha Cameron, United Kingdom 
The British fashion business executive and former creative director of British brand Smythson is no stranger to the world of fashion. Samantha therefore has never been your average frumpy first lady. She always looks well put together, stylish whilst incorporating trends that befit a first lady. SamCam does all of this whilst flying the flag for new British designers and the high street alike! 

SamCam in a Roksanda dress with a Mawi Necklace

Samantha in Emilia Wickstead dress and another Mawi Necklace

Samantha is the M&S dress that sold out in seconds

Samantha chose Burberry for the royal wedding 
and whilst she was criticised for not wearing a hat, 
I loved the Erdem jewels she wore instead!

SamCam in Christopher Kane and another Mawi necklace

2. Carla Bruni, France
The model and former singer/song writer is as critically acclaimed for her diplomatic fashion choices as  she is for her impeccable taste. When she visited Britain Bruni chose Christian Dior, a French fashion house with the British John Galliano at the helm, the prefect choice. Carla has gone from home wrecker  to national treasure in the blink of an eye. Was it was the clothes? the demure expression or the fact that she like the rest of us has a past?

Carla in Dior 

Carla in YSL

Carla in Roland Mouret 

Carla in Dior

3. Michelle Obama, United States
As the first African American first lady, Michelle had amount of pressure on those beautifully athletic shoulders. Michelle wear statement necklaces and nipped waist dressed with ease and is not afraid of colour, conservative with her fashion choices Michelle is not. She wears contemporary American designers such as Thakoon with ease along with pieces from the more affordable J Crew or Gap. 

Michelle in Alexander McQueen

Michelle in Thakoon 

Michelle in J Crew with Erikson Beamon jewels

Michelle in Calvin Klein

Michelle in Jason Wu 

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