Who wore Inauguration Day the best?

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I’d be a fool to answer that question or to believe there is an actual answer. I’m sure we can agree beauty is in the eye of the beholder and with this in mind, I will say the first ladies shoes, are indeed hard to fill.   

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Michelle Obama
US Presidential Inauguration, Washington, USA – 20 Jan 2017
First Lady Michelle Obama arrives a short time before Donald J. Trump is sworn in as the 45th President of the United States in Washington, DC, USA, 20 January 2017. Trump won the 08 November 2016 election to become the next US President.

Mrs. Obama simply exudes the definition of strength, grace, and elegance. 

While the country is transitioning into a new chapter of American history the radiant reds, bold blues and stars and stripes that represent what has been and what’s to come.

I don’t know about anyone else and although the country must move forward, I am stuck trying to hold on to what is now the past and history as written.

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To our first lady known as Mrs. Michelle Obama, we say thank you.

Mrs. First Lady, you showed up and showed out, in Jason Wu just like the first time.

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We should have known the duo would end just as strong as they began in 2009 for the inaugural ball.

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As for Inauguration day’s attire, Mrs. Obama passed her responsibilities over in an A-line dress, with matching overcoat.

An oxblood tweed coat, dotted with the perfect pair of black block-heeled boots.

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I can’t help but thank you, Mrs. Obama, for being yet another hidden figure in an Oxblood colored dress.

I must say today was a day of classic American style and fashion and in a few of days.

The time will soon come to shed the designer wears and begin to carry the torch as the next first lady of these United States.  What will you stand for?  How will you create inclusion from only as a first lady can do – these are all questions we want to know.

You’re on the clock Mrs. Trump.

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Yesterday, I could not help, but admire the woman who will continue to emulate style, grace, and stature. Thank you for being that deeper color in our lives and setting your own standards of style.

Thank you for reminding us to put ourselves first.

Thank you for reminding us to make a statement and a difference every day.

Thank you for being the example of purpose, dignity, and teaching many of us the power of “when they go low, we go high” mindset, because of you, so many of us will “glow” on.

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Unfortunately, this was Michelle’s last outfit as First Lady of these United States, but it will never be the last style statement by an amazing girl from the southside of Chicago who has become a phenomenal woman.

Former President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle wave as they board an Air force jet to depart Andrews Air Force base in Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Job well-done, Mrs. Obama and Mrs. Trump you’re on the clock.

Writing Contributor: SmallsforShort