Discussion in 'Jamii Photos' started by Ab-Titchaz, Jan 29, 2010.
huyu mama kaumbika balaa....
ngoja na mie niweke Picha yangu hapa mtoe Coment
lakini gauni imefanana na sketi zetu zileee za shule
AB weka picha mpaka mguuni mama huwa ana kausafiri kazuri
We tuned in to hear President Obama speak tonight about the state of the union tonight, and we couldn't help but notice Michelle Obama's adorable, pulled-together purple State of the Union dress (which, according to Mrs O, is by Isaac Mizrahi). The verdict? Elegant, fun, and of course, in her signature purple. Now we'll show you how to get it for less, in 4 easy steps:
Our picks to mimic her look tonight, so no matter which side of the political fence you tend to lean, we can all agree this first lady has serious style worth copying.
Step 1: This J.Crew cashmere tee feels soft, and is available in a ton of colors (though of course we're partial to Michelle Obama's royal purple).
Step 2: Adds a voluminous skirt in a fabric with some sheen, like this skirt by Burberry. Take a cue from Michelle Obama's State of the Union outfit and mix fabrics!
Step 3: Simply add a strand of pearls–the easiest way to make any simple outfit seem more elegant–perfect for busy women everywhere, including Michelle Obama.
Step 4: Turn this sweet belt around and fasten it at the waist, and you've got the First Lady's casual but chic look State of the Union look.
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"Kem tulienii banaa, mambo ya kawaida haya"..mama kasema!
U.S. first lady Michelle Obama greets Dr. Jill Biden before U.S. President Barack Obama's speech to both houses of Congress during his first State of the Union address at the U.S. Capitol on January 27, 2010 in Washington, DC
Hizi za nyongeza .....
Hii ni the day after the State of the Union Address
First lady Michelle Obama attends an event about government and community efforts to fight childhood obesity while visiting the YMCA January 28, 2010 in Alexandria, Virginia. The U.S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin released a paper on the public health challenge posed by the rise in obesity, particularly among children, and the importance of involving parents, health care providers, schools, and local communities in finding comprehensive solutions. <!-- google_ad_section_end -->
U.S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin (L), delivers remarks about government and community efforts to fight childhood obesity during an event with first lady Michelle Obama (C) and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius while visiting the YMCA January 28, 2010 in Alexandria, Virginia.
Nguo zimepata mvaaaji!
KITU CHA MARINDA HICHO! Wabongo kwa kuiga wanaweza kurudi tena zama zile kisa Michelle kavaa
Mbona wa kawaida sana huyu mama....
Mama Michelle Obama's ananivutia sana natamani awe wangu Ehhh Jamani nitamuota leo usiku ehhh kiboko yao wacha Mama Michelle Obama's
Anapendeza hadi raha