J.Crew is cashing in on the bright yellow ensemble that America’s future First Lady Michelle Obama recently wore on ‘The Tonight Show.’
Their Google ad titled ‘Michelle Obama Wears J.Crew’ continues with the text, “As Seen On the Tonight Show: Shop J.Crew for the Michelle Obama Look.”
And alongside the J.Crew catalogue images of Mrs Obama’s chosen pieces reads the text, “All politics aside… this outfit gets our vote,” and urges customers to “Buy now, before it sells out.”
J.Crew Advertises Michelle Obama's Style
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