I’ve been keeping track of Jill Biden’s fashion faux pas ever since she appeared on the White House lawn, scattered with cardboard pink hearts, on Valentine’s Day morning, in a long pink bathrobe (was it a coat?) and UGH-ish black boots. Her hair looked like she had just gotten out of bed.
Full disclosure: I was a big fashion fan of Melania Trump’s fashion choice for her husband’s inauguration when our first lady held the Bible on which her husband pledged to serve a country fed up with politicians. Dressed from head to toe in baby blue (she could have worn Reagan red), her hair up in a chignon, she was perfection.
Since the beginning, magazines have been falling over themselves to put Jill Biden on their covers (as they did for Michelle, but not for Melania) and divulge why she and others think she’s Joe’s better half à la Rosalynn Carter.
In April, black lace stockings with a leather mini skirt were worn by Barbie Biden to make the 70-year-old grandmother appeal to the younger generation that thinks AOC’s fashion choice at the Met gala opening, just weeks ago, was awesome.
In June, a jacket with LOVE stitched on the back reminded me of February’s Valentine’s Day faux pas. Was it supposed to remind the world that “love makes the world go ‘round” instead of compassion, common sense and competence? Unless you just got off Air Force One, where you posed at Joe’s desk leafing through Joe’s files, to let the G7, NATO know that you have their backs if POTUS garbles messages or nods off during the summit. Which he did.
In early September I hadn’t seen Jill for weeks and was wondering if FLOTUS was also on vacation, floating in Camp David’s pool in a polka dot bikini? Or in frayed jeans, as she realized that her husband had made another historic faux pas — this time in Afghanistan. A faux pas of such magnitude that she couldn’t afford to think about what she should wear, other than get -to work- clothes to do the job of First Lady.
Either the woman needs to fire the stylist who keeps dressing her like a piece of furniture from an old Sears catalog OR she needs to actually hire one because WOOF. Time and time again people have shown photos of Jill in her latest bizarre dress and compared them to old sofas and curtains and we have the hilarious collection here.
You, FLOTUS, have a fatal flaw, and it has nothing to do with fashion and everything to do with arrogance and ambition, just like POTUS. I’m wondering what Flotus will choose to wear on Halloween?
Natalie D. is an American conservative writer! Natalie has described herself as a polemicist who likes to “stir up the pot,” and does not “pretend to be impartial or balanced, as broadcasters do,” drawing criticism from the left, and sometimes from the right. As a passionate journalist, she works relentlessly to uncover the corruption happening in Washington.She is a “constitutional conservative”.