From florals to blocks of color, from pencil skirts to cardigans, we check out Mrs. Obama's sweetest styles of the season.
Field of Dreams
We were swooning over Mrs. Obama's dreamy ombré "toile de joie" dress from Boy. By Band of Outsiders and matching periwinkle cardigan during her interview for the Associated Press.
Photo by AP Photo/Charles Dharapak
Style & Grace
Michelle Obama was sitting pretty on Good Morning America, sporting a beautiful flower embroidered skirt by Talbots and her favorite Azzedine Alaia leather belt.
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At the North Carolina campaign field office, FLOTUS sported country-fresh florals designed by Tracy Reese in a beautiful canary and grey palette.
Photo by AP Photo/Gerry Boome
Fly First Lady
The first lady certainly travels fly. Upon arriving in Chicago for a wedding, Mrs. Obama sported a pleated floral skirt, black tank, an Azzedine Alaia belt, ballet flats and a matching doctors bag.
The First Lady's style of choice for the White House annual picnic was a fresh green frock with yellow colorblocking and matching ballet flats. Such a vibrant selection.
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Along the campaign trail, the First Lady stopped by a local bakery in Virginia in a sweet ensemble - an Ann Taylor tank top, pink pencil skirt, Jason Wu handbag and gorgoeous clustered necklace.
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Mrs. O's brightest Summer moment was in this colorful pixelated-print shift dress by Preen with matching turquoise kitten heels.
Michelle Obama first donned this wisteria-print Tracy Feith dress back in 2009 at the inaugaration, and we didn't mind seeing it again this past Memorial Day at the Arlington National Cemetary.
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Nothing says summer better than a lush green jacquard pleat dress by Barbara Tfank. This was the First Lady's dress of choice at a White House Kids 'State Dinner.'
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Cream of The Crop
At the book signing for American Grown: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across AmericaMichelle Obama opted for a tonal cream look - a short sleeve key-hole top, printed pencil skirt and d'orsay kitten heels.
This was a tried and true fashion moment for Mrs. O. The wide-leg cobalt blue pants and matching flats, colorful tank and teal cardi was right on-trend.
Mrs. O has always been one to sport fab, affordable pieces and this ASOS plaid midi dress proves our point.
Photo by Scott Olson
In The Navy
Mrs. O made it a chic meet and greet at Camp Noah in Alabama, wearing a navy trench-style dress and Azzedine Alaia belt.
During a portrait unveiling at the White House The First Lady brought her "A" game in a grey and white rose-print shift dress by Prabal Garung and metallic silver belt.
When rallying Barack supporters Mrs. Obama does it in style. In Florida the First Lady sported a Chris Benz green and aqua print shift dress and a jeweled House of Lavande belt.
The First Lady's most regal look was appropriately at the Buckingham Palace in London during the Olympics Opening Ceremony reception. She dazzled us in a J. Mendel metallic embroidered top and pleated skirt with Manolo Blahnik kitten heels and Azaara earrings.