What do you make of the First Lady's choice of wardrobe?
Is it offensive that she chooses Gap and Target rather than the leading fashion houses?
NO, it shows the money and status did not change her.
It doesn't matter. It's her money abd it's her body. Anyone who offers up judgement on her spending choices is someone I'd either pity or have very little respect for.
Being she used to wear clothing from Wal Mart now that shes our first lady let her go back to Wal Mart as shes no different now. The only difference is she" mrried to the president. And what's in that but gone to her head prestige and glory.
I Really don't care where she buys her Clothes, She has No Taste AND Very Tacky, should have someone to Aim her as most of time looks as a "Neon Sign"
Who wears the price tag on their clothes ? other than Minnie Pearl..?
It's not the cost of an item, but how you put it together..look at some celebs, they spend big bucks and look like hookers..and I have seen women who buy from 2nd hand shops and look like a million..so it's not WHAT you wear BUT How you wear it...What's offensive about being thirfty ? do have a prob with Target & Gap..most of what they sell is made in another country...
I have often thought those first ladies who only wore designer clothing to be ostentatious, not to mention callous. The kind of money spent on such clothing could feed god knows how many poor children. This first ladies image if one that is modern, in keeping with women’s role in society as it is today. She is smart, hard working, and contentious of those less fortunate than herself. She is not some vapid peacock who must strut around displaying her wealth and greed.
I really don't mind what brands she wears as long as she's not spending the money of the people.
No need to spend too much for an outfit these days where everyone else is having difficult time make a living.
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