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When Michelle Obama finds a style she likes, she sticks with it. And stocks up in multiple colors. The First Lady wore a sleeveless, draped Rachel Roy dress at yesterday's Medal of Honor ceremony at the White House, and the Huffington Post noted that this is the same dress she wore to the National Conference on Volunteering and Service back in 2009. And last year, Michelle wore the same exact Rachel Roy dress in a different color, choosing the bright yellow version with a dove grey banded belt.
Meanwhile in Mobama news, Fashionista reported that the White House requested a copy of the Carine Roitfeld documentary, Mademoiselle C, so the First Lady could have a private screening. Guess Michelle couldn't make it out to the D.C. premiere of Mademoiselle C at the Angelika Film Center last month.
· Michelle Obama Teaches Us A Valuable Shopping Lesson [Huffington Post]
· Michelle Obama Ordered a Copy of Mademoiselle C [Fashionista via]
· Mosaic Fashion Week Screens NYFW Shows, Carine Roitfeld Doc [Racked DC]