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Michelle Obama Wears a Duro Olowu Tweed Jacket

First lady Michelle Obama speaks about new proposed rules to help caregivers of wounded or injured service members, and veterans during a news conference at the Department of Labor on January 30, 2012 in Washington, DC. Mrs. Obama was joined by Department of Labor Secretary Hilda Solis in announcing new proposed rules to help caregivers of veteran and injured service members, giving them the ability to provide care for their loved ones need without fear of losing their jobs.

Michelle Obama wore a tweed jacket by Duro Olowu and a bright orange scarf (both of which were seen here) to visit the Corcoran Gallery of Art with her family in Washington, D.C. on Sunday. Earlier today, she wore a royal blue skirt and jacket with a floral top to a news conference at the Department of Labor. See the full outfits in our Michelle Obama Look Book.

Photo: Mark Wilson/2012 Getty Images

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