Skip to comments.Isn't it Great that Michelle Obama Spent Tens of Thousands on Avant Fashion for Inauguration?
Posted on 01/21/2013 10:44:53 AM PST by therightliveswithus
Remember this? Sarah Palin dared to wear expensive clothing while on the 2008 campaign trail, she was excoriated:
This is not careless image management. This is ill-advised and ill-informed. Or, to use this election cycle's phrase of choice: This is some seriously bad judgment. One assumes that her campaign is populated by some of the brightest minds and they have spent an inordinate amount of time obsessing over mind-numbing details, right down to whether the candidate would stand or sit during the debate and who gets to hover behind her for photo ops. But Palin's handlers would do well to occasionally read a fashion magazine, skim a fashion blog or at least ask themselves why women are willing to spend upwards of $10,000 on a handbag known as the Birkin. It's not because that famous Hermes bag is so pretty. It's because of what it represents: exclusivity, success and classiness.
Palin's choice of clothing was supposed to represent some barrier between her and the common person, unacceptable to the media.
Well, what about Michelle Obama? Turns out, that her decision was one of the greatest in American history.
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But what about Palin’s Expensive Dress.......
No matter what you do, my mamma said, you can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.
Is it or does it telegraph the Imperial Presidency and provide the perfect symbol for the Obamas' Jonestown like cult followers?
I guess the ‘Emperor Palpatine’ look is all the rage these days.
Response: It needs a name and hat name is: Reconstruction II.
Response: It needs a name and that name is: Reconstruction II.
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