The First Lady donned this off-the-shoulder Ralph Lauren gown that resembled that of royalty.
Alberta Ferretti’s Spring lace chiffon gown would be a fabulous fit for the MET gala’s “evening attire” dress code.
This strapless sparkling Peter Soronen gown was quite the stunner, even more so when generously adorned with pearls.
Oscar de La Renta’s strapless checked gown (with the proper under garments of course) would suit the First Lady exquisitely just the same.
Who could forget Mrs. O in this incredible Alexander McQueen ravishing red gown.
At the MET, Mrs. O can translate that fabulousness with this look from American designer Zac Posen, who perfects ballroom-worthy gown.
This two-toned Carolina Herrera dress stopped us in our tracks, and we wouldn’t mind seeing it again, only it’s a tad too soon.
Prabal Gurung’s sleek translation of a contrast colored gown would be quietly just as epic.
This ornately beaded Naeem Khan number shows the First Lady can appreciate the finer details.
This fine laced gown would be pretty stunning on Mrs. O and quite the homage to the late L’Wrenn Scott.
This beautifully beaded Naeem Khan gown is another worthy of our praise.
The First Lady’s favorite Jason Wu could re-create that beaded story again with a custom floor-sweeping hemline.
This strapless Jason Wu gown, courtesy of Mr. Wu was memorable because of it’s boldness.
Christian Siriano’s fluttering fire engine red style can definitely live up to the last gown’s boldness.
White is extremely striking on the First Lady, and this Tom Ford gown complete with arm-length gloves proves our point.
With this Badgley Mischka spring gown, Mrs. O can relive the moment.