Throughout the President’s first term the First Lady had several glam moments and this oxblood J.Mendel was definitely a favorite at the BET Honors 2012 in Washington, D.C.
While hosting a dinner with the U.S. Armed Forces the First Lady opted for an attention-grabbing shade of cobalt blue by Jason Wu to ramp up the President’s classic style.
Two words: simply stunning! Michelle Obama pulled out her best look in her husband’s honor –– a georgette pleated one-shoulder Michael Kors gown, vintage Dior belt and House of Lavande jewels. A wonderful selection for the Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony.
This Doo-Ri Chung one-shoulder gown was a shade perfectly fit for the First Lady.
Mrs. O is beyond glamorous in this Peter Soronen one-shoulder, electric blue gown.
Peter Soronen does it again, this time in a sparkling strapless gown. She tops her best look generously with pearls.
Straight from the Fall ’10 Michael Kors runway, Michelle Obama personalizes this sequin paillette skirt with a Peter Soronen belt.
Michelle Obama looks royal in this Ralph Lauren gown — perfectly fit to dine with the Queen.
She stuns us again in Michael Kors, this time in a chic gown.
The First Lady flutters with ease in this scarlet halter chiffon gown.
Tapping into haute couture style, the First Lady dazzled the world in this red Alexander McQueen off the shoulder gown.
Beautifully embellished Mrs. O strolls the corridors of the White House with her husband in a beautifully beaded Naeem Khan number.
Michelle Obama sports designer Naeem Khan yet again, this time in a more delicately designed foil print gown.
In another brilliantly beaded Naeem Khan gown the First Lady sparkles.
The First Lady loves Ford, Tom Ford that is. Michelle Obama is pristine in this winter white gown with gloves to match.
At the Pritzker Architecture Prize Event in D.C. Mrs. O looks regal in a Reed Krakoff halter gown with leather trim.
In this jaw-dropping, sapphire Jason Wu gown the first lady made it a look to remember.
At the Smithsonian, Mrs. Obama donated the original one-shouldered, white-silk chiffon gown, created by designer Jason Wu, embellished with organza flowers that have Swarovski crystal centers.
Mrs. O wore a pair of gifted satin peep toe Jimmy Choo’s with her inaugural gown.
Loree Rodkin jewels were the final touch to her inaugural look.