POPSUGAR Fashion Shopping Book About Michelle Obama's Style Fab Read: Mrs. O, The Face of Fashion Democracy by Fashion 10/29/09 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Michelle Obama is such an icon, there's a second book dedicated to her first-class style. Mrs. O: The Face of Fashion Democracy ($18) follows the first lady's wardrobe choices, from her wedding dress to her White House getups. You'll also find interviews with designers like Maria Pinto, Isabel Toledo, and Jason Wu, who have all dressed Michelle. The author is Mary Tomer, the same person who started the Mrs. O blog, which reports about Michelle's daily outfits. Read More Mary TomerMrs O The Face Of Fashion DemocracyJason WuMichelle ObamaFab ReadShopping Jason Wu 18 Stylish Reasons to Follow Diane Kruger on Instagram Immediately 105 Times Diane Kruger's Red Carpet Look Left Us Speechless Consider This Your Ultimate Guide to Kick Off Summer Shopping There Isn't a Woman Out There Who Wouldn't Look Good in Jason Wu's Spring Collection Michelle Obama These Girl Scouts Had the Most Epic Sleepover at the White House Michelle Obama Gave Prince George and Princess Charlotte the Cutest Presents Malia and Sasha Hit the Stage During The Obama Women's European Tour Michelle Obama Masters Fancy Daytime Dressing With 1 Perfect Outfit POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get chic with our daily newsletter Street Style Fashion and Beauty News Celebrity Style Beauty Tips Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. lizlee89 5 years what I find hilariously ironic is that people like Lady.Maat just show how racist they are when they try to accuse people of such... Chelle_Belle 5 years I love Michelle Obama's style. I think the excitement about it stems from the fact that since Jackie O., over four decades ago, the first ladies have dressed rather safely. I love the fact she mixes J. Crew outfits with Narciso Rodriguez and higher end designers. I can't wait to get this and to get copies for my friends. Great holiday gift! CaterpillarGirl 5 years lady.maat. hilarious, another "you must be racist" comment on here if someone disagrees with you!! keep bringing them on, its good for a laugh! EvieJ 5 years @Lady.Maat: HUH? Just because I don't think Michelle Obama is a fashion icon does not make me a white supremacist. I think that's an incredibly inflammatory allegation to throw out. I just don't think she dresses well for her shape, and no, she is not an icon like Jackie O. 5 years Judging by the several negative comments (comparing M.O. to J.K.) and the comments about Joy Bryant, it seems that COMMENTERS wish this site was called White Supremacist Sugar. The hate is pathetic. I understand the impact both women have on style in the white house. Both their styles are iconic. M.O. mixes the high and low for a chic modern look, suitable for today's first lady on the go. M.O.'s style is admired and emulated by many. Look up the word ICON. There can be more than one. 5 years Yes, I like her and she dresses well but she isn't Mrs. Kennedy Onassis. I do think she may be the first lady in awhile that dresses in a way that is flattering and that may be similar to well dressed working women. You know not like Barbara Bush or Hilary Clinton's suits but nicer and modern. Still agree with the above comments though. EvieJ 5 years Agree with all of the above. Merlin713 5 years Agreed. ^^ Hockey-Princess 5 years I find the attempts to present Michelle Obama as the modern day Jackie O quiet pathetic. She is not a style icon by any means. CaterpillarGirl 5 years her fashion sense is vastly overrated.