i dont get it . . . . i think the dress looks beautiful on her.
why so worried on how to refer to the dress…… im lost ???posted over 5 years ago
The Associated Press called Mrs. Obama’s dress color “flesh” and got immediate retorts: “Whose flesh?” one newspaper editor asked. “Not hers.” The description was revised to “champagne.”
“We talk of nude now, and there is no one color. It’s politically incorrect,” says Gale Epstein, creative director and co-founder of undergarment brand Hanky Panky. “There is a wide range for skin-tone colors. Human skin tones are a whole color palette unto themselves.”
I love it on her and it doesn’t really bother me that much to call things nude even if they don’t look anything nude compared to my skintone.
I think “nude” colours look gorgeous on anyone : ) The term got all political. It’s fashion. Nothing has to be politically correct about that.posted over 5 years ago
its really pretty, i love that dress with the silver detail and the wrap.
and i agree wth pandaphilia, its fashion. nothing has to be politically correct about that.posted over 5 years ago
I think the dress looks great on her. Leave it to the media to always make a big deal about something that’s not big at all.posted over 5 years ago
The media is always trying to cause a problem :/
Michelle Obama has the right to dress any way she wants…remember the whole shorts controversy last summer? they weren’t even that short!