Michelle Obama Dons a Brightly Striped Pant Suit during an Interview in Paris
The former first lady continues to dazzle with her impeccable style while on tour in Europe this week promoting her autobiographical book Becoming.
Michelle was recently in an interview at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, where everyone could see live the woman who has become a source of inspiration not only for her personality but also for her impeccable style.
Mrs. Obama attended the interview wearing a white-and-orange stripped atlas pantsuit that dazzled those present for her elegance and good taste. The bright orange highlighted her extroverted personality while the lines contoured her body.
If, during her husband's legislation, dresses were one of the most frequent choices of her day-to-day life, now that the former first lady has decided to start her literary career, her choice of costumes has changed to power suits, pantsuits, and jackets with her personal stamp.
The fire of Notre Dame Cathedral happened just when the Obama couple were in Paris promoting the memoirs of the former first lady. Michelle said she didn’t believe the news when she was first told, and “it didn’t hit her” until she saw the images.
The first to demonstrate his mourning and respect for the destruction of the Cathedral of Notre Dame was Barack Obama, who went to his official account on Twitter to show his support for the people of France at this time of pain.
Shortly after his sad but hopeful message, Michelle Obama also used social networks to show her support for France in the face of the historic disaster that occurred on Monday.
Notre Dame is one of the world’s great treasures, and we’re thinking of the people of France in your time of grief. It’s in our nature to mourn when we see history lost – but it’s also in our nature to rebuild for tomorrow, as strong as we can. pic.twitter.com/SpMEvv1BzB— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) April 15, 2019
From her official account on Twitter she shared her husband's sentiment, claiming that although her heart was broken by the sadness that Paris is suffering, she is sure that the Cathedral will be reborn to amaze everyone again.
The majesty of Notre Dame—the history, artistry, and spirituality—took our breath away, lifting us to a higher understanding of who we are and who we can be. Being here in Paris tonight, my heart aches with the people of France. Yet I know that Notre Dame will soon awe us again. https://t.co/p1mIDMbwe1— Michelle Obama (@MichelleObama) April 15, 2019
Obama announced the name of her memoir in February 2018 when she described the writing process as a “deeply personal experience.” She also expressed a hope that her journey would encourage readers “to find the courage to become whoever they aspire to be.”
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Within a week of its November 13, 2018, release in the United States and Canada, “Becoming” became an instant New York Times bestseller, selling more than any book published in the U.S the previous year.