President Obama wasn't the only winner on the Election Day 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 that their mother, First Lady Michelle Obama is widely known for. The First Daughters wore age-appropriate chic full skirts with basic dark tops and fun accessories.
Malia, 14, opted for a shimmer dark blue skirt with black top and a thin, bright pink studded belt with green ballet flats. The teen's bright blue earrings, a color choice that not only matched her skirt but may have represented her famous father's political party, also stood out.
Sasha, 11, topped her bright print green full skirt with a grey cardigan, a tie-blouse and topped the look with chunky neon bright necklaces.
Both outfits received rave reviews and will surely be copied by tweens around the country.
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.
President Obama mentioned how proud he is of his daughters during his acceptance speech on Election Night. "I'm so proud of you guys," he said. "Sasha and Malia, before our very eyes, you're growing to become two strong, smart beautiful young women."
First Lady Michelle Obama wowed the crowd at the president's campaign headquarters in Chicago wearing a seasonal-appropriate holiday number: a magenta sheath dress by Michael Kors. Michelle has actually worn the dress twice before but wore it again to show she's mindful of economic times.