As President Obama delivered an inaugural speech and the first family sat and watched, his 11-year-old daughter stole the spotlight when she yawned as he discussed educational policy. Malia caused some mischief of her own when she photo bombed a picture Sasha was trying to take of their parents.
President Obama wasn't the only winner on Election Day 2012, for achieving landslide victory that led to his re-election; the First Daughters also earned kudos in the style department.Malia and her younger sister Sasha both channeled the stylish conservative vibe their mother, First Lady Michelle Obama is widely known for. The First Daughters wore age-appropriate chic full skirts with basic dark tops with fun accessories.The New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn, thought the girls' look was the highlight of Election Night. The journalist, who is known for doling out witty criticism to the top fashion luxury designers for the newspaper, applauded the First Daughters for upping their style quotient. "The Obama girls might be the fashion news tonight-full skirts, bright color, cute," tweeted Horyn.
Sasha and Malia Obama came on stage with their re-elected father, President Barack Obama, and their mother Michelle Obama when the president gave his acceptance speech after being elected for a second term on Tuesday. This was the first time the two girls have been seen in months, since their parents kept them out of the media during the presidential campaign. Sasha and Malia strolled onto the stage, looking nothing like the little girls who accompanied their father to the podium in 2008 when his won his first term.