Michelle Obama: Bringing back the brooch

<i>By Stephanie Lysaght, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer</i><br>
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<b>Bringing back the brooch</b><br>
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Before the Democratic National Convention, a plethora of questions swirled around the blogosphere. Would Barack Obama finally win over Hillary Clinton’s most loyal supporters? Would Bill Clinton’s speech come off as sincere or forced?  And most important of all, what would Michelle Obama wear?<br>
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Apparently, Mrs. Obama put considerable thought into that last question, and it really paid off.  Her simple blue dress received rave reviews from giddy commenters on this website, and with her jeweled pin, she may have single-handedly brought back the brooch. Grandmas, guard your jewelry boxes.<br>
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By Stephanie Lysaght, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

Bringing back the brooch

Before the Democratic National Convention, a plethora of questions swirled around the blogosphere. Would Barack Obama finally win over Hillary Clinton’s most loyal supporters? Would Bill Clinton’s speech come off as sincere or forced? And most important of all, what would Michelle Obama wear?

Apparently, Mrs. Obama put considerable thought into that last question, and it really paid off. Her simple blue dress received rave reviews from giddy commenters on this website, and with her jeweled pin, she may have single-handedly brought back the brooch. Grandmas, guard your jewelry boxes.

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