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Michelle Obama is Helping the Economy Through Her Clothes


Michelle Obama is Helping the Economy Through Her Clothes

Thursday, April 2 2009

by Joe Halls



Michelle Obama, the first lady of the United States of America, remains simple amidst the change of her stature in society. When she was spotted in the G-20 Summit in London earlier today, she was just wearing apparels from J.Crew.



Specifically, she wore a pencil skirt, tank and cardigan set from J.Crew. Apparently, loving affordable fashion is still her way of life. Based on her appearance, fashion gurus computed the price of her outfit and it only totaled exactly $474.



Present in the summit are the 21 leaders of G-20 countries including the representatives from Thailand, Netherlands, Spain, and United Nations. The London Summit aims to revive the world economy, stimulate growth and employment, reform the international financial institutions, among others.



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