A fashion prayer

At the interdominational inaugural prayer service, First Lady <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB005380" title="Michelle Obama" href="/topic/politics/michelle-obama-PECLB005380.topic">Michelle Obama</a> chose a Tracy Feith scoop-neck fitted oriental print dress. Again, a little known surfer-turned-designer and an unusual choice for such a serious and national occasion. But c'mon, folks. Isn't it nice to have a break from eight years of boxy, boring solid color wool skirt suits and ditzy pearls?<br>
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( Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times / March 21, 2014 )

At the interdominational inaugural prayer service, First Lady Michelle Obama chose a Tracy Feith scoop-neck fitted oriental print dress. Again, a little known surfer-turned-designer and an unusual choice for such a serious and national occasion. But c'mon, folks. Isn't it nice to have a break from eight years of boxy, boring solid color wool skirt suits and ditzy pearls?

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