Talk about one terrific “Tuesday Twosome!” As a political scientist, this editor just loves when fashion and politics collide, and this is the ultimate international combination of stylish spouses. Here, we have our elegant First Lady, Michelle Obama, and the posh princess, Kate Middleton, pictured during their meeting in the United Kingdom this morning. Princess Catherine sported one of her favorite designers, Reiss (you may remember the last time she wore one of their dresses…) The camel-colored Shola dress retails at $340 (which crashed the site today). Michelle wore an updated 1950s frock from Barbara Tfank. She accessorized her gorgeous black-belted, ice-blue, brocade dress with a pink shrug, silver stilettos and a beautiful brooch. Statecraft and style? Yes, please!
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