The Style Evolution Of Sasha and Malia Obama

The Style Evolution Of Sasha and Malia Obama

We have seen the Obama girls grow up right before our eyes in the past eight years.  They have matured into very stylish teenagers with a wardrobe that we all envy. At 18 years old (Malia) and 15 years old (Sasha) are like most teenage girls and shop at Urban Outfitters and Forever 21. Keep in mind they can also switch it up and rock the latest (and most expensive) designers. Take a look at how Sasha and Malia's style have grown. 

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Photo taken from Instagram

On her father's election night in 2008 Malia, at just 10 years old wore a silk taffeta dress made by Biscotti Inc.

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Photo taken from Getty Images

In 2012 on the night of President Barack Obama's re-election his daughter wore an ASOS circle skirt, black top, and a hot pink Zara belt.

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Photo taken from Getty Images

In 2010 while on a trip with her family to Spain, the youngest Obama wore a yellow tutu by J. Crew and a peach tank top. 

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In 2012 on the last day of the Democratic Convention Sasha wore a printed Anthropologie dress styled with a studded yellow belt.

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Photo taken from instyle.com

These coats that Malia and Sasha wore by J crew in 2013 on the day of their father's inauguration were definitely head turners.

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While on President Obama's European tour in 2015, Malia Obama wore a printed Alice & Olivia dress. While her sister, Sasha, wore a two-piece, black and white polka-dotted shirt and skirt.

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Photo taken from elle

While always staying age appropriate the Obama girls have a style that all young ladies should strive to emulate.

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