Michelle Obama Brought Back the 2000s Trend I Was Obsessed With in High School

For a tennis-loving fashion editor like myself, the U.S. Open is truly the most magical time of year. The event always draws a stylish crowd, including one of the most dedicated tennis fans out there: Anna Wintour. (I personally saw her stay at the event until 1 a.m. for the completion of a Roger Federer match, despite the fact that she’s a notoriously early riser.) This year, we were all in for a real treat because former First Lady Michelle Obama graced us with her presence at the Open. 

Obama attended the opening night celebration, which honored the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Open becoming the first sporting event to offer equal prize money to men and women. (Thank you, Billie Jean King!) For the occasion, Obama wore a denim Oscar de la Renta dress with my favorite 2000s trend: a shrug. Cropped cardigans were a staple in my high school wardrobe and I’m delighted to see it resurrected in such a stylish way. Scroll down to see Michelle Obama’s new outfit. 

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