The First Lady’s birthday is just three weeks away and the White House is busy planning her a big bash.
According to reports, a dance party is in the works to celebrate Michelle Obama’s 50th year of life. January 17th marks her big day but the gala will go down on Saturday, January 18th, according to save-the-date emails that went out to family and friends.
Titled “Snacks & Sips & Dancing & Dessert,” the Chicago Tribune reports guests were asked to wear comfortable shoes, practice their dance moves and eat before they come.
The official guest list for the birthday bash has yet to be released, but we’ll be sure to keep you posted as more details arise.
Time to break out your dougie, Mrs. Obama!
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White House Style: Michelle O vs. Jackie O
1. Taking Care of Home And Still Fly!
Both First Lady Michelle Obama and First Lady Jacqueline Onassis Kennedy will undoubtedly go down in history as two of the most stylish women to grace the White House of all time! Whether they were standing by their man, taking care of their kids, or tending to their duties for the Nation, these women always did it in style. See how they kept The Capitol chic.
2. Statement Coats
Jackie O shut it down with her fly trench coats and belted outerwear (the over-sized shade and gloves always added a chic touch!) and Michelle also knows how to make a statement with her outerwear: case in point the Thom Browne coat and J. Crew accessories that made headlines after she wore them to POTUS' second swearing in ceremony in 2013.
3. Orange Crush
Michelle has an affinity for jewel tones and Jackie also knew how to rock a bold color. Orange in particular flattered them both!
4. Patterns and Pops of Color
Great minds think alike! Both first ladies accessorized their splashy green and blue print dresses with tiered necklaces and bright shoes.
5. Regal Style
When it came time to meet the Queen of England, Mrs. O chose a white Tom Ford dress in 2011, while Jackie O wore a ice blue Givenchy frock in 1961, but both tied their look together with lady-like gloves.
The fashion continued even on trips on Air Force one! Here Jackie showed off the style of the times in belted coat finished off with gloves and a hat (one of her go-to accessories) and Michelle had a modern-day yellow moment adding a black cardigan and belt to her wrap dress.