The First Lady looks refreshing in a lace embroidered Naeem Khan dress at the MET’s ribbon cutting ceremony for the Anna Wintour Institute. Mrs. O fit right in with the fashion set.
Clad in a Tracy Reese dress and lace cardigan, the First Lady gets the memo that all-white is the chic shade to sport this summer.
Michelle Obama knocked this Carolina Herrera look out the park! The patterns gave her the perfect pop and touch of playfulness that suits her personality.
We all know the First Lady loves to move and this Michael Kors A-line cap-sleeved linen dress and epic Alexander McQueen double buckle belt has got her looking fab while doing so.
Now this is how you pull-off a skirt set stylishly: play with patterns, asymmetrical hemlines and pair with a chic pair of pointed cap-toe flats.
A complete peek at the lovely look on stage.
This light and sweet floral concoction and nude shoes are a toned down hue for the occasion but totally turned up in style.
What a day for an ombre wrap dress! This style simply sings spring.
We all know even while getting fit, the First Lady is no short of fab.
Mrs. O is a ray of sunshine in a yellow Michael Kors silk sheen sheath dress with a precious bow-front belt at the second annual ‘Kids’ State Dinner’ in the White House.
Another floral Jason Wu dress makes it’s way to the presidential palace to meet Senegal President Macky Sall his wife Marieme Faye Sall.
The First Lady’s oxblood off-the-shoulder dress by Laura Smalls was a hit at the DNC last year and was just as fabulous during her “Let’s Move! Cities, Towns and Counties” initiative this year.
This is definitely one of Michelle Obama’s chicest moments yet! At the Presidential Guest House in Pretoria, South Africa, the First Lady wore a pleated Naeem Khan sunset-print dress in a sexy one-shoulder design topped by a gold tiered necklace. ESSENCE approved!
In Arlington Virginia, another First Lady favorite emerges: Peter Soronen. Mrs. O’s lace floral print dress, House of Lavande belt and green patent kitten heels makes for sweet summer moment.
FLOTUS makes business attire look stunning in a matching dress set with her signature classy kitten heels. The summer white makes it the perfect warm-weather office look.
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.
Boarding Air Force One in Berlin, the couple’s style looks absolutely snazzy, but we have to say our First Lady stole the shine in this Carolina Herrera swirl-print cocktail dress.
While meeting with South African President Jacob Zuma and his wife Thobeka Madiba-Zuma, Michelle Obama kept it understated but polished in varying shades of blushed nudes, from the blazer down to her pointed pumps. So sophisticated.
Mrs. O keeps up with the ever so elegant Tanzanian First Lady, Salma Kikwete, by donning a Jason Wu printed piece herself. A good way to pull off an LBD style in the summer!
The First Lady chose to ring in the 4th of July sporting a beautiful blue stunner designed by Boy. by band of Outsiders. The ombré touch is a modern take on a traditional “toile” pattern and the red flats make it officially patriotic. Love this look!
Michelle Obama’s ensemble at the official State Dinner in Tanzania is so effortlessly summer-chic. The well-designed designed button-down blouse by Zero+Maria Cornejo lends a traditional touch to a bold tangerine-striped Carolina Herrera skirt, while the gold belt is the key accessory that pulls this look together.
A solemn moment with Tanzanian First Lady Salma Kikwete captures Michelle Obama pretty in a painterly Rachel Roy dress and bolero-style cardigan with golden pumps.
At the Sci-Bono Discovery Center in Africa, Mrs-O appropriately supported local design talent by mixing a blouse by Nigerian designer Maki-Oh with an emerald button-down midi skirt by Ghanian-produced line Osei-duro. Take notes on this great print mix moment!
We’re so blue over this look! The subtle asymetrical hemmed blouse, the precisely tailored overcoat, right down to her patent ballet flats is a prime example of how to pull off a monochromatic evening look this season.
A First Lady vintage number from the 2008 Florida campaign rally re-surfaces! This casual black and white Narciso Rodriguez dress is totally timeless and worked perfectly for this year’s family trip to Africa.
Now this is a “Rock Mom” moment June Ambrose would certainly approve of! Tackling two trends in one –– colorblocking and black and white (courtesy of Zara), the First Lady works a simple casual-chic moment.
While attending her daughter’s dance recital in Bethesda, Maryland the First Lady is a showstopper herself in a Tracy Reese floral print dress, marigold flats and a nude clutch. Bravo!