Sasha and Malia

 On Tuesday night, America voted for four more years of President Barack Obama. Through this victory, America also inherited four more years of Michelle Obama's stunning fashion and a new era of Sasha and Malia fashion.

The ladies of the First Family looked absolutely impeccable; Sasha and Malia are taking note from their mom
no doubt.  On President Obama's victorious night, First Lady Obama committed an outfit repeat - a trend she has taken a liking to. According to the Huffington Post, Mrs. Obama wore the purple brocade Michael Kors frock she wore in 2010 and 2009, but this year she paired it with a black cardigan and a beautiful brooch. FLOTUS is not only a fashion maven; she is also a fashion genius. At a time when thousands of people don't have homes, food, or water after Hurricane Sandy, Mrs. Obama shows sensitivity and just throws on something from her closet. Only First Lady Obama can wear an outfit multiple times and still make it noteworthy.

Back on November 4, 2008 when President Obama was first elected, our First Lady made her official fashion debut in the iconic black and red Narciso Rodriguez sheath dress. Mrs. Obama coordinated with her two daughters - Malia wore red and Sasha wore black. Four years later and the Presidential family are back on the stage with even more victory and style.
Gone are the days of little Sasha and Malia; the two are definitely young ladies with their own distinct fashion sense. The now tall and always gorgeous Obama girls made their own fashion debut on Tuesday night. Sasha wore a girly printed green a-line skirt with a black blouse which featured a ribbon bow at the neckline. She accessorized with layered colorful necklaces and green and black flats. Malia's style was a bit more simple; she wore a flouncy royal blue skirt, a thin red belt, and a black long-sleeve top, she kept the accessories light wearing only a bracelet and dark green flats. Clearly the two young gals have taken signature traits from their mom - Sasha channels her mother's wild and colorful side while Malia holds true to her mother's simple elegance.
Even tough fashion critic Cathy Horyn gave the Obama girls thumbs up.  After the election, Horyn tweeted, "The Obama girls might be the fashion news tonight--full skirts, bright color, cute."