Style File: The. Obama's10:00 AM
The Obama Girls
I've brought you Obama style highlights before--you can read past Closet Jane articles showcasing (mainly) Michelle and her brownies here and here--- since duty continues to call and the girls begin summer vaca, the ladies sure did not disappoint this past weekend, jet setting around the globe representing simply chic one trend at a time
Check them out...
It has been five years since Malia and Sasha Obama got their first taste of big crowds, when they attended President Obama's Oregon and Kentucky primary election rally in 2008.
Now almost as tall as their mother, the First Daughters, age 14 and 12 respectively, have blossomed into young adults - attending White House duties with aplomb.
And as the teenagers begin to take a more prominent role in political duties, following their dad to the G8 Summit in Ireland and now on a visit to Germany, it seems that their parents' sartorial instincts aren't the only thing the sisters have inherited.
Holding their own among prominent political figures and celebrities, from German foreign minister Guido Westerwelle in Berlin to singer Bono in Dublin, the sisters have grown up to be every bit as poised and elegant as their First Lady mother.
As the Obamas touched down in Berlin on Tuesday evening for a whirlwind 24-hour visit to Germany, the culmination of which was the President's speech at the Brandenburg Gate, the long-limbed sisters took the awkward out of adolescence with ease.
Arriving in Berlin following the two-day G8 summit at Lough Erne in Northern Ireland, it was obvious the self-assured young women have inherited her mother's confidence and bold fashion sense.
Opting for occasion-appropriate tailored coats, smart dresses and blouses for formal occasions, she manages to seamlessly add youthful and quirky elements to each look, be it neon jeans or bright flats.
During the Presidential Inaugural Parade in January, Malia and Sasha famously made funny faces, checking their iPhones and dancing freely as the celebrated the start of their dad's second post.