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Go Sasha and Your Awesome Chris Benz Skirt!
By Jauretsi
Last night was an extraordinary evening as the new American President was announced almost one hour early than expected. The world cheered in unison, including national broadcasts of wild dancing on Kenyan streets! During Obama’s glorious acceptance speech, the world soaked in the fashionable Obama daughters. 
Malia wore a rich smoky blue skirt which matched perfectly with Barack’s tie… an adorable choice. Malia’s pencil thin hot pink belt cinched the outfit with class. Sasha however stood out on her own with a unique choice, a Chris Benz green hydrangea-printed organza party skirt. “It’s from awhile ago” says the designer. “It’s from a collection that was really all about having fun!” Just like all of Chris’ pieces, this particular skirt is “perfect on anyone looking to celebrate” says the joyful designer. Bullseye Sasha. 
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"I am a huge fan of the Obama women, and it is a huge honor and always very humbling to see something worn in the public eye" adds Chris Benz, one of our eBay Holiday Designers who created a Limited Edition collection available November 12, 2012, this Monday! It’s stellar timing for those shoppers looking to buy a relevant superstar Designer at the most affordable price next week. We predict his items will fly off the shelves. To view each of his pieces, visit eBay Holiday Collection 2012 products. 
After all is said and done, the political history was bottled with some exquisite looks. The New York based Designer says with a smile, “this is very special, indeed, and particularly on such a milestone evening”. 
(Photo: Red Carpet Fashion Awards)

Go Sasha and Your Awesome Chris Benz Skirt!

By Jauretsi

Last night was an extraordinary evening as the new American President was announced almost one hour early than expected. The world cheered in unison, including national broadcasts of wild dancing on Kenyan streets! During Obama’s glorious acceptance speech, the world soaked in the fashionable Obama daughters. 

Malia wore a rich smoky blue skirt which matched perfectly with Barack’s tie… an adorable choice. Malia’s pencil thin hot pink belt cinched the outfit with class. Sasha however stood out on her own with a unique choice, a Chris Benz green hydrangea-printed organza party skirt. “It’s from awhile ago” says the designer. “It’s from a collection that was really all about having fun!” Just like all of Chris’ pieces, this particular skirt is “perfect on anyone looking to celebrate” says the joyful designer. Bullseye Sasha. 

[MORE]

"I am a huge fan of the Obama women, and it is a huge honor and always very humbling to see something worn in the public eye" adds Chris Benz, one of our eBay Holiday Designers who created a Limited Edition collection available November 12, 2012, this Monday! It’s stellar timing for those shoppers looking to buy a relevant superstar Designer at the most affordable price next week. We predict his items will fly off the shelves. To view each of his pieces, visit eBay Holiday Collection 2012 products

After all is said and done, the political history was bottled with some exquisite looks. The New York based Designer says with a smile, “this is very special, indeed, and particularly on such a milestone evening”. 

(Photo: Red Carpet Fashion Awards)

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Today is the Day to Make Your Voice Heard
By Sade Lythcott
Today I wanted to remind all of my cyber, virtual and actual friends (yes that means you) that today is National Voter Registration day. Please remember to vote on Tuesday Nov. 6th. If you or your friends are not registered yet, today is the day. Go to www.rockthevote.com to easily register online. Be heard. It’s your right!
(Photo: Ben Sargent)

Today is the Day to Make Your Voice Heard

By Sade Lythcott

Today I wanted to remind all of my cyber, virtual and actual friends (yes that means you) that today is National Voter Registration day. Please remember to vote on Tuesday Nov. 6th. If you or your friends are not registered yet, today is the day. Go to www.rockthevote.com to easily register online. Be heard. It’s your right!

(Photo: Ben Sargent)