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This photo taken May 12, 2014 shows first lady Michelle Obama waving as she leaves the crafts area as she and Jill Biden hosted their annual Mother’s Day tea to honor military mothers at White House in Washington. Sure, living in the White House has its perks. But a clothing allowance is not one of them. First ladies feel all sorts of pressure to project a fashionable look, and over the decades they’ve tried a range of cash-saving strategies to pull it off without going broke. Even first ladies recycle their clothes, and Michelle Obama recently welcomed military moms to a Mother’s Day Tea wearing the same shirtdress she’d worn to lunch with Katy Perry in 2012. (AP Photo)
First lady Jacqueline Kennedy, center, tours the Palace of the Maharajah in Udaipur, India, wearing an apricot silk ziberline dress by Oleg Cassini during a state visit to India on March 17, 1962. (AP Photo/John F. Kennedy Library and Museum)
WASHINGTON, : A dress worn on Valentine's Day by Jacqueline Kennedy is displayed at the Corcoran Gallery of Art 28 March, 2002 in Washington, DC. The gallery celebrates the legacy of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy with an exhibiton of 70 original gowns, dresses, suits and accessories from the collection of the JFK Library and Museum in Boston, Massachusettes. AFP PHOTO Stephen JAFFE (Photo credit should read STEPHEN JAFFE/AFP/Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - CIRCA 2002: Senator John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline take in the New York skyline as they return from a two month tour of NATO countries and Poland on the S.S. United States. (Photo by Al Pucci/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - CIRCA 2002: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (Photo by Richard Corkery/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)
This is an undated protrait of President Abraham Lincoln, his wife Mary Todd Lincoln, and their two sons, Robert Todd Lincoln and Thomas Lincoln. (AP Photo)
circa 1865: Mary Todd Lincoln (1818 - 1882), nee Mary Todd, the wife of Abraham Lincoln, the assassinated 16th President of the United States of America. They were married in 1842. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
This undated painting by Schapel shows Abraham Lincoln with his wife, Mary Todd Lincoln, and their two sons, Robert Todd and Thomas Lincoln. The location is not known. Living in the White House has its perks, but a clothing allowance is not one of them. First ladies feel all sorts of pressure to project a fashionable look, and over the decades they’ve tried a range of cash-saving strategies to pull it off without going broke. Mrs. Lincoln considered selling manure from the White House grounds to pay the bills that she ran up for clothes and household items. (AP Photo)
KRT US NEWS STORY SLUGGED: INAUGURATION KRT PHOTOGRAPH BY CHIP SOMODEVILLA/KRT (January 20) WASHINGTON, D.C. -- President George W. Bush and first lady Laura Bush wave to the crowd at the Texas and Wyoming Inaugural Ball on Thursday, January 20, 2005, in Washington, DC. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/MCT/MCT via Getty Images)
President Bush and first lady Laura Bush welcome Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, center, on the North Portico to a dinner at the White House in Washington, Monday, Oct. 13, 2008. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
U.S. President George Bush and his wife Laura arrives the official G8 dinner at the Hohen Luckow castle near Heiligendamm, Germany, Wednesday, June 6, 2007. The leaders of the G8 nations hold their annual summit in the historic Heiligendamm sea resort near Rostock, Germany, on June 6-8. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
President Bill Clinton and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton are shown at one of the Inaugural Balls, Jan. 20, 1993. (AP Photo)
FILE - President Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton appear at the MTV Ball at the Washington Convention Center Jan. 20, 1993. New York fashion designer Oscar de la Renta created a long embroidered tulle gown with matching cape that Mrs. Clinton will wear to the 1997 inaugural balls, the White House said. In going to de la Renta, Mrs. Clinton selected a more established fashion couturier to outfit her than the designer she hired four years ago. Sarah Phillips, who designed the violet-and-lace creation Mrs. Clinton wore to the 1993 inauguration, had less than two years experience as a designer. (AP Photo/Shayna Brennan, files)
FILE - President Clinton and his wife Hillary Rodham Clinton wave to the crowd as they walk down 15th Street in Washington January 20, 1993 during the presidential inaugural parade. The first lady picked a wool suit and matching wool coat designed by Oscar de la Renta to wear to her husband's 1997 inauguration but has not yet settled on a hat - a controversial item of her 1993 inaugural wardrobe. Four years ago, fashion critics panned the big, blue, brimmed velour number equipped with a hat pin that Mrs. Clinton wore to the ceremony. (AP Photo)
Pres. Bill & Hillary Rodham Clinton holding hands, waving while walking down Pennsylvania Avenue, secret service in tow, in inaugural parade. (Photo by Steve Liss//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)
146225 04: (NO NEWSWEEK - NO USNEWS) Hillary Clinton smiles January 20, 1993 in Washington, DC. Eleven inaugural balls were held on the same evening in honor of President Clinton's election. (Photo by Diana Walker/Liaison)
Former first lady Betty Ford gets outfitted with a spring wardrobe by Seventh Avenue designer Albert Capraro, Feb. 4, 1981, in New York. She is wearing a cranberry tweed wood jacket with a silk blouse and flat wool skirt. (AP Photo/Dave Pickoff)
U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird, left, and Vice President-elect Hubert Humphrey and his wife, Muriel, acknowledge a salute from cheering Democrats at the inaugural gala in Washington, D.C., Sunday, Jan. 18, 1965. The event, featuring an international cast of stage and screen stars, highlighted the festivities preceeding Wenesday's inaugural ceremony. (AP Photo)
U.S. President Lyndon Johnson's family portrait taken at White House. Lady Bird is seated, JAN. 15, 1965. (AP Photo)
Mrs. Lyndon Johnson, given an honorary Indian name of Ohoyo Holitopa Imma Chulsosa (meaning great lady of peace), being draped with a beaded Creek Indian medallion by Suzanne Heard of Hartshorne, an indian girl. The presentation came during a talk by Mrs. Johnson at Indian appreciation Day in McAleste Oct. 27, 1964. She presented to Oklahoma's Indians a certificate of appreciation for their contributions to america's art and culture. Police estimated the crowd at McAlester at 10,000 to 12,000-including many Indians who whooped and jangled bells in applauding Mrs. Johnson.(AP Photo)
Edith Kermit Roosevelt is shown wearing a turn-of-the-century dress of black re-embroidered lace over taffeta in 1895. Edith Kermit Carow married Theodore Roosevelt in December 1886 and served as first lady from 1901 to 1909. (AP Photo)
Edith Kermit Roosevelt is shown wearing a turn-of-the-century dress of black re-embroidered lace over taffeta in 1895. Edith Kermit Carow married Theodore Roosevelt in December 1886 and served as first lady from 1901 to 1909. (AP Photo)
U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt poses for a photograph with his wife Edith and his children, Ethel, Theodore Jr., Kermit, Archibald, and Quentin, at his Oyster Bay, Long Island home in 1907. (AP Photo)
Colorized portrait of American President Theodore Roosevelt (1858 - 1919) (second left) and his family as they pose outside, Oyster Bay, New York, 1903. Pictured are, from left, son Quentin Roosevelt (1897 - 1918), Roosevelt, sons Theodore Roosevelt Jr (1887 - 1944) and Archibald Roosevelt (1894 - 1979), daughter Alice Roosevelt (later Longworth, 1884 - 1980), son Kermit Roosevelt (1889 - 1943), wife and First Lady Edith Roosevelt (nee Carow, 1861 - 1948), and daughter Ethel Roosevelt (later Derby, 1891 - 1977). (Photo by Stock Montage/Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - CIRCA 2002: Theodore Roosevelt and his family. Standing left to right: Kermit, Ethel, and Theodore Jr.. Sitting left to right: Archie, Theodore, Edith and Quentin. (Photo by NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - CIRCA 1902: Prince Heinrich (Or Henry) Of Prussia, Son Of Emperor Frederic Iii Of Germany, Visiting With The President Of The United States, Theodore Roosevelt (Right) And His Wife, Edith Kermit Carow (Center), In Washington In 1902. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)
US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama pose with French President Francois Hollande as he arrives for the State Dinner at the North Portico of the White House on February 11, 2014 in Washington, DC. AFP PHOTO/Mandel NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)
FILE - This Jan. 21, 2013 file photo shows President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama at an Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, during the 57th Presidential Inauguration. Nobody would call bangs a new trend, but when the first lady's involved, things take on more significance. In fact, President Barack Obama did call his wife Michelle's new hairdo the most significant event of his second inauguration. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama wave as they walk down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, Monday, Jan. 21, 2013, during the Inaugural Parade after his ceremonial swearing-in on Capitol Hill during the 57th Presidential Inauguration. (AP Photo/The New York Times, Doug Mills, Pool)
First Lady Michelle Obama during the Midatlantic Regional Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC, January 20, 2009. Obama was sworn in as the 44th US president earlier in the day. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
President Barack Obama takes the oath as the 44th U.S. President with his wife, Michelle, by his side at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., Tuesday, January 20, 2009. (Photo by Chuck Kennedy/MCT/MCT via Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - JANUARY 20: U.S. President George W. Bush, center right, and first lady Laura Bush, center left, greet President-elect Barack Obama, left, and Michelle Obama on the North Portico of the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009. Obama, 47, will be sworn today in as the 44th president. (Photo by Joshua Roberts/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
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