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Here’s What You Need To Rock Malia Obama’s “Smoking Kills” Look

Malia Obama just earned herself the title of First Daughter of Shade, showing up to Labor Day weekend’s Made in America Festival in a DIY t-shirt that reads “Smoking Kills.”

She’s doing her summer of 2016 gap year right, hitting the festie circuit hard before heading to college next year. Some headlines ponder if this is punishment from her parents after her Lollapalooza puff-pass incident, while others proclaim her a hypocrite. Did the Obamas make her wear this? They don’t seem like the public-shaming-as-discipline type. Is she making it her personal mission to save the youth from the perils of smoking? Eh. As the coolest teen heading for Harvard, not the next Nancy Reagan, we’re guessing she’s simply being ironic af.

We have two more important items to discuss than her genius choice of normcore.

#1: What is the Secret Service directive on festival outfits? Plaid and dad-vests, from the look of this photo. Guys, just because the event is sponsored by Bud, doesn’t mean you have to dress like Seth Rogan.

#2: That lettering is tight. None of that “started the word too big, ended up with an ‘-ing’ scrunched at the end” business. Did she trace it out in pencil, first? Or is her freehand lettering just that good? Either way, standing ovation for flawless kerning.

If you’re as ready to rock this look as we are, here’s a handy starter kit:

Augusta Sportswear 710 Adult’s Ringer T-Shirt White/Black XL

Sharpie Permanent Markers, Fine Point, Black, 2-Pack (30162PP)

Harvard Crimson – Letter – Fitted Hat




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