Mrs. O has never been one to shy away from color, and she gave us a taste in Maria Pinto’s classic knee-length dress and a matching Erickson Beamon brooch at the Democratic National Convention.
Even back in 2008, Michelle Obama stunned us with her style — especially on the night her husband accepted his Presidential nomination, when she stepped out sporting designer Thakoon’s swirl print dress.
Mrs. O stuck to her classic shift-style silhouettes throughout the Democratic National Convention and looked stunning every time.
At the election night victory rally, the First Lady opted for a special selection — a vibrant red and black Narciso Rodriguez dress with cross-over satin panels.
The First Lady knows what works: clean, classic silhouettes in splashes of color.
The First Lady channels her predecessor Jackie O in classic black and white.
Again, the FIrst Lady plays up her classic pieces, this time a collarless Chanel-style tweed coat.
The First Lady makes even a simple little white dress in a body-skimming style look marvelous.
First Lady Michelle Obama is all smiles in another origami pleated ensemble at a White House event.
Soon Mrs. O began to slide out of her signature shift dresses and into chic separates, like this layered blouse and cardigan with a fun printed skirt.
The First Lady experiments with new styles at the International Olympic Congress in Copenhagen, wearing a gold pleated Rodarte cocktail dress with a trio of brooches trailing her neckline.
The FLOTUS accessorizes with ease, topping her already chic shift dresses and ensembles with fab belts. This wide style matches exactly with her look for a flawless monochromatic moment.
The First Couple arrive at a reception for the recipients of the 2010 Kennedy Center Honors in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Mrs. O in a dazzling Naeem Kahn gown.
Michelle Obama got slightly sexier and bolder for 2011, as shown by this off-the-shoulder multi-toned dress at the APEC Summit in Hawaii.
Obama’s floral print dress at the APEC Summit in Hawaii was her best-dressed moment of 2011. Our First Lady looks so radiant!
For a woman this powerful, incorporating bold power suits into her wardrobe is a given. In South Africa she wore a silk melon-colored suit and blue patent flats.
The First Lady is on the move in metallic pleats after an appearance on The Gayle King Show.
The First Lady kicked off 2012 in a bold blue Jason Wu gown at a dinner for members of the U.S. armed forces. This color set the tone of her style for the year.
This rainbow-hued pixelated Preen shift dress shows just how fashion-forward Mrs. O has become while still maintaining her classic sensibility.
We blushed just as much as Mrs. O in this beautiful silk Tracy Reese dress and matching pink heels at the DNC in Charlotte.
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, bolder or brighter, the First Lady steps out marvelously in a fluorescent pink Michael Kors dress suit at the recent presidential debate.