Malia Obama embraced the unseasonably warm weather in New York City on Thursday morning by baring her legs in a baby doll dress.
The former first daughter was photographed on her way into work at The Weinstein Company at around 9am as temperatures in the city approached 60 degrees.
The 18-year-old paired the dress with an oversized puffy coat, beanie and her favorite pair of Caterpillar boots, perfect for the bitter cold that is set to take over the city this evening.
All these pieces combined to create a finished look that seemed to be inspired by Angela Chase, the character played by Claire Danes in the beloved television drama ‘My So Called Life.’
That show both premiered and was cancelled before Malia was born.
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Spring has sprung: Malia Obama enjoyed the unseasonably warm weather on Thursday in New York City by baring her legs in a baby doll dress (above)
Style star: The 18-year-old was photographed heading into her internship at The Weinstein Company wearing a plaid look the seemed to be inspired by My So Called Life
Keep warm: She paired that with a beanie, oversized puffy coat and her favorite pair of Caterpillar boots
Winter blast: Temperatures in New York were approaching 60 degrees on Thursday but a bitter cold is expected to set in overnight
Malia is now in the second month of her internship at The Weinstein Company, which she will be finishing up this spring before heading back home to Washington DC and then off to Harvard University come August.
She has been making the most of her time in the city, recently enjoying a weekend of theater and dining out when her father was in town.
This is not the first time Malia has lived in the city, having moved here for the summer beck in 2014 when she accepted an internship on the set of Girls.
Malia made the move to Manhattan in late January after enjoying a few days away following President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Malia joined her sister Sasha and parents in Palm Springs befor heading off to the Sundance Film Festival with a friend.
While in Park City, Utah, Malia made it clear just how disappointed she was in President Trump by joining a rally protesting his plans to revive the Dakota Access pipeline project.
Malia was one of approximately 100 people who gathered on Main Street at the Sundance Film Festival to let it be known how upset she was with President Trump’s plan to move forward with the controversial transport system.
The group braved the blistering cold and heavy snowfall as they held up signs reading ‘Exist. Resist. Rise.’ and ‘Impeach corporate control.’
That first sign expressed the group’s solidarity with Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, while the second expressed their displeasure with the Sundance Film Festival for allowing Chase Bank to be a sponsor of their event due to the fact that they are invested in the pipeline.
That is why the rally was held directly in front of the Chase Sapphire on Main Lounge.
And a few hours later, Malia was also one of the select individuals in attendance at a private event with Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault, a man who just last month publicly applauded her father when he put a halt to the pipeline after months of protests at the site.
No fun: Snow storms are expected in the city on Friday after a week of mild to warm temperatures
Boots: Malia is now in her second month of her internship at The Weinstein Comapny
Working hard: Malia moved to the city at the end of January after a brief vacation to palm Springs and the Sundance Film Festival
Former first daughter: Malia will be entering Harvard this August after taking a gap year
Malia got to enjoy another winter weekend getaway over President’s Day Weekend.
She was spotted at Cloud Nine Alpine Bistro on Highland Mountain in Aspen with pals including Elizabeth, Zachary and Holden Tisch, Tassilo von Furstenberg, Brice Lourd and Audrey Kotick.
The group stuck to water for their afternoon seating at the popular hotspot, but nearby a group of close to 100 were spraying over 200 bottles of Veuve Clicquot while dancing on tables, some shirtless.
Also joining Malia inside the restaurant was a designer who was a favorite of Malia’s mom Michelle during her years in the White House, Monique Lhuillier.
She posted a photo of the group at lunch, in which Malia could be seen smiling for the camera with her head covered in a red, white and blue hat that said ‘USA.’
Lhuillier, who was there with husband Tom Bugbee, captioned the picture by writing: ‘Happy President’s Day!! xM.’