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Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Wednesday, September 26, 2012
We've often lamented that Ann Romney doesn't take enough fashion risks, or rather, doesn't take the right kind of risks, opting for widely-mocked expensive shirts or bright dresses that nearly blind us.

Risk, again, was the name of the game for Mrs. Romney's latest ensemble. A week after the "LIVE! With Kelly and Michael" dress that shocked the world, the potential FLOTUS strolled out for another TV appearance in definitely the boldest look we've seen her wear.
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