The women of the White House have long used fashion to make statements and Michelle Obama’s inauguration outfit is no exception.

From the designers one chooses to collaborate with to the traditions one sets out to honor or disrupt, fashion can be political and send a message of solidarity, progress, and hope. With President-Elect Joe Biden’s Inauguration underway and attendees arriving, the public has been taking note of former First Lady Michelle Obama’s sartorial choices. With immaculate hair by Yene Damtew and styled by Meredith Koop, Obama chose to wear a merlot-colored monochromatic belted look consisting of coordinated palazzo trousers, a statement belt, a turtleneck, and an overcoat from Sergio Hudson, a Black American designer from South Carolina.

Former U.S. President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama at the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden on January 20,…

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