Our beloved FLOTUS, Michelle Obama will soon be departing her post at the White House, which means we only have a few months to take in her covetable sense of style. Here are a few of her best looks:
For her final White House State Dinner on October 18, 2016, Michelle Obama wore a memorable floor length rose-gold chainmail gown designed by Atelier Versace. The glittery custom-made dress was a fitted bodice, drapery and an asymmetric off-shoulder neckline, styled with Le Vian diamonds.
First lady Michelle Obama greets actress and activist Yara Shahidi with a ‘high five’ during a panel discussion at Glamour Hosts “A Brighter Future: A Global Conversation on Girls’ Education” at The Newseum, Oct. 11, 2016, in Washington.
First lady Michelle Obama rocked this cobalt blue Christian Siriano silk crepe dress on the first day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on July 25, 2016. She captivated the audience with a passionate speech in support of Democratic presidential presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton, July 25, 2016. The cap-sleeved dress came together with a simple cinched waist and was a perfect match for the backdrop on stage.
First lady Michelle Obama embraces spring with the strapless floral gown she wore to the White House dinner for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday, March 10, 2016. Dress designed by Jason Wu, featured a playful flower pattern and asymmetrical draping, she wore her hair in full, loose waves, with long bangs swept to one side.
The first lady wore a fitted, gray Michael Kors skirt set from the designers 2013 fall collection. The two-piece outfit put a modern twist on the skirt suit with its exposed zipper and oversized collar. This was worn at President Barack Obama (Not pictured) State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, January 20, 2015.
First lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama arrive for an event in the East Room of the White House, Dec. 7, 2014, in Washington. Obama and his wife welcomed recipients of the 37th Annual Kennedy Center Honors to the White House to celebrate their contributions to the arts.
The first lady opted for elbow length sleeves in 2010, designed by Isaac Mizrahi. The simple and effortless look was emphasized with a string of pearls.