While First Lady Michelle Obama sometimes wears looks that are accessible to the entire world (we’ve all heard of J. Crew and the Tory Burch she wore in Cuba is available for purchase now) every once in a while she uses her privilege as a VIP and its access to pieces before anyone else. Prime example: For the First Family’s Argentina send-off, Mrs. Obama pulled out a blue and silver printed Tovero dress from Tory Burch’s Fall 2016 line, shown this past February at fashion week.
The dress is a beauty with long, cuffed sleeves and a two-tiered skirt that stops at knee length. The small gold buttons up the front are the perfect added touch.
While the look wasn’t one of an Argentinean designer, it no doubt was aimed at showing support for the American fashion industry. At the equestrian themed runway show, the dress seemed a bit longer than the First Lady’s version.
It was a beautiful look, one that will definitely have us looking forward to seeing the price point once it finally does become available. We’re expecting it to hit the $200 to $400 range.
What do you think? Would you cop it?