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Sasha Obama boards Air Force One in pink Nike Dunks

Not only are Sasha Obama's hot pink on pink Nike Dunks incredibly cute - you have to love the fact she's rocking them as she's about to board Air Force One leaving Chicago O'Hare International Airport.

Sasha Obama boards Air Force One in pink Nike Dunks

Barack Obama walks with daughters Sasha, right, Malia, Left, and first lady Michelle Obama to Air Force One before leaving O´Hare International Airport in Chicago, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012. AP Photo/Paul Beaty)
Barack Obama walks with daughters Sasha, right, Malia, Left, and first lady Michelle Obama to Air Force One before leaving O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012. AP Photo/Paul Beaty) AP

Not only are Sasha Obama's hot pink on pink Nike Dunks incredibly cute - you have to love the fact she's rocking them as she's about to board Air Force One leaving Chicago O'Hare International Airport.

Air Force One sneakers are like the grandparents to Nike Dunk. What other kid could say they wear Air Force Ones on Air Force One?  Cool.

The high tops appear to be the hot pink on light pink colorway and cost about $110.

Sasha paired the sneaks with burgundy skinny leggings - that's hot.  I knew that Sasha was going be a fashion pistol. It was only a matter of time before the 11-year-old came into her own. We will be watching.

And that Barack Obama tote. That's a whole other blog. Rock it girl.

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Elizabeth Wellington Fashion Columnist
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