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Wednesday, November 30, 2016


As Michelle Obama lives her final days in the White House, it's only fitting we show how Michelle Obama style has kept the internet buzzing.

Michelle Obama wears a floral A-line dress with a bow around the waist and silver pointed-toe pumps with her dogs Bo and Sunny while greeting military families in the White House.

In another Michelle O'bomb looks in November she wore  Cinq A Sept peacoat black leggings and a classy pair of booties. While receiving the White House Christmas tree with her nephews.
FLOTUS wears a Dries Van Noten printed silk dress and gemstone earrings at the Presidential Medal of Freedom Ceremony in the White House.
FLOTUS wears a warm floral tea-length dress with bell sleeves and black pointed-toe pumps while addressing Veterans' homelessness in the White House. 

FLOTUS wears a warm floral tea-length dress with bell sleeves and black pointed-toe pumps while addressing Veterans' homelessness in the White House. 
he First Lady wears a navy Narciso Rodriguez coat, knee-length dress, matching dangling earrings, black suede over-the-knee boots and a black handbag upon returning to the White House with POTUS after campaigning in Philadelphia.
In a golden-brown multi-textured fall sweater, dark brown leggings, buckled ankle boots and hoop earrings at a Halloween event at the White House with President Obama.

FLOTUS wears a keyhole printed floral blouse, high-waisted wide-leg trousers and pointed-toe pumps while campaigning with Hillary Clinton in North Carolina.
Michelle Obama, such a class act.  We love your style!

Tuesday, November 29, 2016


Queen Bey reigns supreme. After a buzz-filled year of accolades, Beyoncé’s platinum-selling LEMONADE sits at the top of Rolling Stone’s 50 Best Albums of 2016.

“Beyoncé shut everyone else down this year with a soul-on-fire masterpiece, testifying about love, rage and betrayal that felt all too true in the America of 2016,” writes the magazine. “The queen not only made the album of the year (and make no mistake, David Bowie would have been the first to say so), she delivered a confessional, genre-devouring suite that feels larger than life yet still heartbreakingly intimate, because it doubles as her portrait of a nation in flames.”

Following David Bowie’s Blackstar at No. 2, Chance the Rapper takes third place with Coloring Book, which was called “the year’s finest hip-hop album.” Frank Ocean’s Blonde pops up at No. 5, Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo arrives at No. 8, and Young Thug’s Jeffery rounds out the top 10.

Queen Bey’s sister Solange Knowles also made the magazine’s top 15. Coming in at No. 11, the magazine calls A Seat at the Table “a love letter to self-sufficiency in the face of incredible pain.”

Other notable entries include Danny Brown’s Atrocity Exhibition (19), Rihanna’s ANTI (25), A Tribe Called Quest’s We Got it From Here…Thank You 4 Your Service (30), Alicia Keys’ HERE (32), Maxwell’s blackSUMMERS’night (40), Drake’s Views (42), and Future’s Evol (43).

However, not everyone was pleased with the list. Anderson .Paak’s Malibu, released in January, didn’t make the cut despite its critical acclaim.

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