What They Wore: The 2013 Inauguration

What They Wore: The 2013 Inauguration
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Yesterday was the 2013 Presidential Inauguration, and although the temperatures were less than favorable, the First Lady, First Daughters, and guests managed to look as prim and proper as ever.

Malia and Sasha Obama in J.Crew and Kate Spade

Beyonce in Pucci and Christian Dior

Kelly Clarkson in Robert Rodriguez

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