8 Times Michelle Obama Was The Most Stylish First Lady of The United States of America

Thursday, November 3, 2016



As the Obama era at the White house is officialy coming to an end, we wanted to take a moment to appreciate the often grandiose, often down-to-earth, but ever so First Lady-esque wardrobe of America's other-half, Michelle Obama.

Here is all the proof you need that the First Lady could spectacularily pull-off anything, from statuesque one-shoulder gowns, to elegant and formal cocktail dresses, to jaw-dropping metallic numbers, to the most exquisite prints and patterns. Michelle has looked positively dashing throughout the Obama's admistration and her style game never seemed to have failed, over time.

Ahead of the election of the 45th President of the United States of America, next Tuesday, somehow marking the end of Michelle's numerous stylish public appearances (sniff, sniff!), we've rounded up the 8 times the FLOTUS was in fact, the best-dressed First Lady of the U.S (BDFLOTUS, as we like call her)…



WHEN: May 2011

WHERE: The US/Britain State Dinner at Buckingham Palace

SHE WORE: An ivory ruched georgette ribbon gown by Tom Ford (similar here, here and MORE AFFORDABLE versions here and here)



WHEN: January 2013

WHERE: The Inauguration Parade in Washington D.C.

SHE WORE: A Thom Browne blue checked coat with embellished cinched waist (similar here and MORE AFFORDABLE version here)



WHEN: September 2014

WHERE: The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Legislative Conference Phoenix Awards Dinner

SHE WORE: A white-hot, halter-style neck Bibhu Mohapatra gown with asymmetrical black stripe accents (similar here and here)



WHEN: March 2015


SHE WORE: A white off-the-shoulder Zac Posen dress (similar here and AFFORDABLE versions here and here) and metallic silver Jimmy Choo pumps (MORE AFFORDABLE versions here, here and here)




WHEN: September 2015

WHERE: The US/China State Dinner

SHE WORE: A black off-the-shoulder Vera Wang Collection mermaid gown (similar here, here and MORE AFFORDABLE version here)



WHEN: March 2016

WHERE: Dinner with the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, and his wife, Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau

SHE WORE: A deep blue strapless floral jacquard gown by Jason Wu (similar here, here and here)



WHEN: May 2016

WHERE: Nordic State Dinner at the White House

SHE WORE: A blush-colored Naeem Khan gown featuring a bodice, full skirt and one-shoulder detailing (similar and AFFORDABLE version here, here and here)



WHEN: September 2016

WHERE: The Congressional Black Caucus' Annual Phoenix Awards in Washington D.C.

WEARING: A strapless Naeem Khan ball gown with hand-painted gold leaf on black tulle (similar here, here, here and MORE AFFORDABLE version here)





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