At the 85th Annual Academy Awards, Michelle Obama was smokin’ in a smoke colored Naeem Khan deco-beaded gown. The best dressed award goes to her!
A little peak at Mrs. O’s Monique Lhuillier beaded and chiffon gown and Catherine Angiel earrings is all we need to see to note how fabulous she looked for the occasion.
Michelle Obama was the crown jewel at the Kennedy Center Honors in an emerald hued Marchesa gown with unexpectedly sexy drop shoulders.
At the second Inaugural Ball, the First Lady opted for Jason Wu yet again—this time an intense shade of red that left a lasting impression.
This strapless sapphire Jason Wu holiday gown was certainly a gem.
Mrs. O’s style took an edgy turn in a leather-trimmed halter gown by Reed Krakoff at the Pritzker Architecture Prize Event in D.C.
Pristine and polished is her forté and this wonderous Tom Ford winter white gown is pure perfection.
Tapping into haute couture style, the First Lady dazzled the world in this red, off-the-shoulder Alexander McQueen gown.
Simplicity in classic black Michael Kors goes a long way.
Dining with the Queen called for a royal Ralph Lauren gown.
As proven before, topping a gown generously with pearls is a winning look, especially a sparkling Peter Soronen style.
This electrifying blue one-shoulder Peter Soronen gown was beyond breathtaking.
For the Inagural reception you can never go wrong with a classic little black dress, courtesy of Michael Kors.
This sunset-inspired one-shoulder style by Naeem Khan set a stylish tone at the Presidential Guest House in Pretoria, South Africa.
The First Lady serves floral pastels again, this time royally in Prabal Gurung at the White House with Prince Harry in honor of military mothers.
This pretty pastel moment at the Presidential Palace in Dakar, Senegal played up a softer side of the First Lady.
The First Lady was a beauty boarding Air Force One in Berlin in a Carolina Herrera swirl pattern cocktail dress and gorgeous Rene Escobar earrings.
At the International Olympic Congress in Copenhagen, Mrs. O took home the gold in this pleated Rodarte style accessorized with a trail of brooches.
The metallic blue version of the same Rodarte style was just as hot for Hanukkah.
How can you not smile in a dress this gorgeous? Mrs. O’s custom Narciso Rodriguez number complemented Robin Roberts perfectly on the set of Good Morning America.
The First Lady livened up the room in a Naeem Khan printed party dress at the Correspondent’s Dinner.
Designer Laura Smalls outfitted the First Lady in a rich damask print dress in an oxblood blend for the 2012 DNC. Right on trend!
This Buckingham Palace-worthy top and chiffon skirt by J. Mendel gave a Mrs. O a fabulous glow.
How chic is this Thom Browne coat? Now this is one way to keep warm with a smile on Inauguraton day.
On Veterans day the First Lady’s black double-breasted coat and suede knee-boots was a simple yet stunning move.
Pledging ever so chicly in a red coat and her coveted Jimmy Choo boots, the First Lady makes it a memorable moment.
On a stunning stroll with the family, FLOTUS sports a matching suede Azzedine Alaia look with covet-worthy Jimmy Choo thigh-high boots.
First Lady brings this merino wool Narciso Rodriguez blazer to life with a punch of colorblocking in a silk crepe top also by the designer during her visit to The Gaihety Theatre in Dublin, Ireland.
Mrs. O is no short of chic at the official State Dinner in Tanzania, wearing a button-down blouse by Zero+Maria Cornejo, and a bold tangerine-striped Carolina Herrera skirt with a metal belt to pull it all together.
The First Lady was radiant in a yellow Michael Kors dress and suede kitten heels, wearing her best accessory –– her smile.
At a dedication ceremony, FLOTUS sports a Zac Posen suit dress and kitten heels –– a look to rival Olivia Pope.
In the Sunshine State of Florida, First Lady Michelle Obama makes Liz Claiborne look like a million bucks in this orange, pleated dress and cute contrast-colored kitten heels.
The First Lady’s most shocking moment of 2012 was in a hotter than hot pink Michael Kors dress suit at the Presidential Debate.
This Narciso Rodriguez dress at the First Family’s victory rally was a sign of chic things to come.
Michelle Obama’s Hawaiian tropic number at the APEC Summit was a perfect piece for the occassion.
This pixelated Preen dress blew us away with its artistic touch. Love the teal heels!
It was all about this one-shoulder stunner at the APEC Summit in Hawaii. A picture of elegance!
The First Lady was on the move in metallic pleats after an appearance on The Gayle King Show.
Thanks to designer Naeem Khan, National Prayer Service never looked so chic! This virginal white beaded dress and coat paired with nude kitten heels were fit for the occasion.
On The Steve Harvey Show, the First Lady knew what suited her: an ivory wide-leg pants suit channeling 70s style.
The First Lady is well-red in a pleated Micheal Kors dress, and pumps to match while meeting the Governor of Maryland.