Politics Malia Obama: With Birkenstocks and Hoodie, she strolls through L.A.
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as a screenwriter Will(24), the oldest daughter of (58) and (61), started in Hollywood. After her studies at the Elite University Harvard from Boston, she moved to Brentwood, a suburb of Los Angeles.
The change of location is also noticeable at the former presidential daughter. While her style was significantly more casual than it was in the White House, they now regularly clear Paparazzi in a super casual street style look.Malia Obama in L.A. recently crossed a complete change of style
around a few days ago when Malia walked through Los Angeles with the friends of music, Dawit Eklund (32). The 24-year-old, who is currently working with Hollywood star Danny Glover (76) on a project for Amazon, wore a dark blue hoodie and a loosely fitting jeans. The icing on the cake of the feel-good look: comfortable Birkenstock sandals on your feet. In addition, Malia has recently been wearing her hair shoulder long and smooth, but in braids reaching to the chest.
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Malia's younger sister(21) now also lives in the sunny Los Angeles
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