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Obama Look Is Popular in Korea

Korea Times, news report, Posted: Jan 21, 2009

LOS ANGELES -- The popularity of U.S. President Barack Obama's slightly wide cutaway collar shirt, classic two-button jacket, casual wearing of his tie and his wife Michelle's pearl earrings and simple dresses have crossed the Pacific Ocean to influence Korean fashionistas, reports the Korea Times. To live up to the new demand, a high-end retailer in central Seoul started offering on Monday various combinations of the Obamas' most popular looks since being on the campaign trail. The articles for sale include leather jackets, baseball caps and two-button jackets ― all items the president has been spotted sporting. At online shopping malls, the First Lady's smashing style is also growing popular, as middle-aged wives in Korea are also going after the refined, simple and sexy look.

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