9 Responses

  1. monika at | | Reply

    Looks like a dress to be rather than a skirt…

  2. MT at | | Reply

    The more I look at it, the more I like it. And how toned are her arms?!

  3. sree at | | Reply

    I don’t see anything super Diwali-esque about this outfit. I wish she went for an Indian designer (living in India) and worn a mix of indian and western outfit.

  4. Ss at | | Reply

    Diwali relevance of the outfit aside, I love the skirt and it’s fit on her. But that long strong of pearls has to go. Looks totally out of place. A pair of diins studs would have been enough.
    Oh and she finally grew her bags out. What a difference a good hairstyle can make!

  5. Ss at | | Reply

    Diamond studs*

  6. aroohi at | | Reply

    That garland, how cute!
    Agree with above, there is nothing diwali about that outfit, but guess she didn’t want to look too Indianized to look relevant to Americans.

  7. adya at | | Reply

    Very cool gesture towards the occasion. The rose / lotus at the center and starburst design in bright colours is very Indian. And no, Michelle Obama can not go more Indian than that.

    1. kasthuri at | | Reply

      The silly “indian” dancing pose though… i want to watch a video to see how that came up…

  8. Najm Nisa at | | Reply

    She looks pathetic ! The dress is okayish I think Sonam could have worked up that outfit but it looks pale on Michelle !

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