Michelle Obama, in Vogue, on why nice clothes matter

Another interesting story in The Washington Post:

“If you’re comfortable in your clothes it’s easy to connect with people and make them feel comfortable as well.”

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Michelle Obama in her new Vogue cover story. No, this is not the political press, notes our colleague Robin Givhan. As Jonathan Van Meter, the Vogue writer who profiled her, says: “Vogue likes to like people. And I like to like people when I write about them.” Well, what are you waiting for, go look: Michelle Obama returns to Vogue cover as a first lady who’s melded style, influence (Inside the magazine, apparently, Michelle and Barack do that color-coordinated but not matchy-matchy thing they’re so good at.)

More: In Vogue, the president shares his thoughts on how Michelle “upgraded” him.

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Amy Argetsinger is an editor for the Style section.
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