Clear your closet for fall and add a few sophisticated toppers inspired by Mrs. O.
First Class Coat
This Thom Browne beauty and bejeweled belt will go down in history as Mrs. O's best tailored topper and most memorable since it was worn for a very special occassion: the Presidential inauguration.
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Flowy & Fabulous
Mrs. O is a pro at re-working pieces from the past. For Easter, the First Lady pulled out this smashing Prabal Garung number and matching dress from her visit to the Smithsonian Museum in 2010. A look certainly worthy of a repeat!
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Mrs. O "blue" us away in this electric Narcisso Rodriguez dress and matching coat that was so chicly brooched in signature First Lady fashion.
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Our jet-setting first lady is the epitome of fly! In the windy city she sports a gorgeous Duro Olowu tweed coat with 3/4 sleeves and leather gloves to complete the look. Hot!
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During a moment of silence on the South Lawn of the White House for September 11th, the First Lady stands elegantly in an ombré Peter Som coat and matching dress.
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Terrific in Teal
On Veterans Day, the First Lady brightened up somber weather in a teal belted J.Crew coat and matching Maria Pinto dress.
Eggplant is a shade Mrs. O commonly sports in the fall, and here it adds personality to this simple button-front coat during a stroll with the family.
Michelle Obama balances out a boldly printed scoop neck dress with a classic, tan trench coat. We love the classic collar and double-breasted detail.
Bold in Blue
Mrs. O takes a walk on the bold side by pairing her pretty purple dress with a bright, blue knee length cardigan coat. The overall effect of this color-blocked ensemble is uber chic and right on trend!
At a ribbon cutting ceremony, Mrs. O keeps things chic and sleek with this lovely pea-green wool coat that boasts an oversized shawl collar.
Here, the First Lady bundles up in a navy coat with amazing detail: A-line silhouette, three quarter sleeve and double-breasted style.
First Lady Michelle Obama waves to the audience in an exquisite orange brocade Isaac Mizrahi dress with matching topcoat.
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In the holiday spirit, the First Lady elevates a basic black coat by pairing a bold red dress underneath. We love the relaxed elegance of this knee length number.
This light fall coat is one of our First Lady favorites. The clear corset-style belt ties together the sorbet dress and coat for a fab monochromatic ensemble.
Sleek in Slate
Mrs. O, flanked by two dashing soldiers, is the picture of elegance in this chic, classic wool coat worn with a contrast scarf.
The rich, ruby hue of this silk blend knee-length coat transforms it into a stunning show stopper.
First Lady Style
This black and white Chanel-esque coat is reminiscent of Jackie-O, but Mrs. O adds her own flair by pairing it with a chic LBD, her signature pearls and pointy toe pumps.
Strong Sense of Style
Even a solemn moment can’t distract from Mrs. O’s shining sartorial choices. This lovely pea coat stands out for it’s strong shoulders, traditional collar and edgy cut-out detail on the waistline. A pair of black leather gloves completes the look superbly.
It’s not all wool coats and silk blends! Mrs. O shows that parka’s are just as preferred as she slips into a pretty black parka while gardening with students.
Shades of Plum
The First Lady has sported this lovely Peter Som ombré purple sheath and matching knee-length coat on more than one occasion.
All in the Details
This beautiful, black number has unexpected elements, like a double lapel and rounded shoulders, that make it a bold statement style.
This Thakoon pussybow coat comes complete with a matching dress, which makes for a pretty set. The First Lady sports this style especially for the French First Family, who are just as stylish.
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Best in Black
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama arrive at the Buckingham Palace to meet Queen Elizabeth II. Mrs. Obama opts for a stately black duchess stain opera coat designed by Jason Wu and her signature two-tiered pearl necklace to complement the President's sharp style.
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Stepping Out in Style
For the historic inauguration, Michelle Obama chose a lime green sheath dress and matching top coat by Isabel Toledo, with green gloves by J.Crew—a memorable moment.