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Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Just when we think we've got Ann Romney's style figured out, the first lady-in-running throws us a curveball. A very, very bright curveball.

Ann and Mitt Romney hit up the newly branded "LIVE! with Kelly and Michael" last week, the couple's first daytime talk show appearance since the campaign began. For the episode, which aired this past Tuesday, Ann chose a bright silk print dress that practically blinded us the minute she emerged onstage (and we weren't even watching in HD).

Put on your sunglasses and click through to see the dress up close and personal.
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