Michelle Obama's State of the Union Dress Is Already Sold Out
Michelle Obama stole the show during her husband’s final State of the Union address by wearing a marigold dress that sold out before he even finished the speech.
She wore a sleeveless, wool crepe dress from designer Narciso Rodriguez. It originally cost $2,095 but it was reduced to $628 at Neiman Marcus.
But the dress, now being called "the sunshine dress," has already sold out.
Twitter exploded as soon as she entered the room.
Michelle Obama dropped the mic with that beautiful dress before her husband even stepped in front of the podium.
Michelle Obama dropped the mic with that beautiful dress before her husband even stepped in front of the podium. #SOTU— Michael Skolnik (@MichaelSkolnik) January 13, 2016
First Lady Michelle Obama out there looking like a delicious piece of Orange Starburst.....— Charlamagne Tha God (@cthagod) January 13, 2016
Michelle Obama also wore a Narciso Rodriguez dress when her husband was elected president in 2008.
The 51-year-old reportedly wore the marigold dress on Tuesday as a show of support for her husband's optimistic State of the Union speech.
The first lady also brought attention gun violence during the speech. She reserved an empty seat next to her to symbolize the victims of gun violence.
Another moment that captured the Twittersphere was when as Secretary of State John Kerry was asked by a reporter: "Who are you wearing?"
A confused Kerry turned around and gave a strange look.