Michelle Obama’s Best Style Moments, By The Year
FIRST LADY STYLE
Before we say good-bye to FLOTUS Michelle Obama, we wanted to take some time to appreciate eight years of amazing fashion. Keep clicking!
This outfit reads “I’m a classy professional woman,” and we’re here for it.
This Jason Wu gown from the Inaugural Ball is truly unforgettable.
Michelle Obama is mom-style goals.
Michelle Obama shined bright at the 2010 State Dinner in an electric blue gown by American designer Peter Soronen.
The first family dresses to the nines for their annual Christmas celebration.
Michelle Obama awaits the arrival of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, for dinner in a beautiful off-the-shoulder gown with a statement necklace.
Stunner! Michelle donned this metallic Michael Kors gown at the 2012 Kennedy Center Honors.
After Mrs. Obama appeared in this custom Tracey Reese dress, the designer received so many requests that she made it retail and sold over 2000.
At the 2013 Kennedy Center Honors gala, Michelle appeared in a jaw-dropping, off-shoulder, teal-green gown with a flattering bodice, made by Marchesa.
Athleisure goals! The first lady gets sporty while promoting healthy eating and fitness at an elementary school.
This Marchesa off-shoulder gown is the perfect fit for the first lady at the White House Correspondents’ Gala.
It’s of no surprise that this fashion icon, sporting a Naeem Khan dress, spoke at the opening ceremony of the Met’s Anna Wintour Costume Center in 2014.
The First Lady of the United States welcomes the Japanese prime minister in a soft-toned ombre dress and jacket, paired with metallic
At the White House Correspondents’ Association Gala, Michelle wore a custom beaded Zac Posen gown.
The FLOTUS shines in pretty much everything she wears, including neutrals.
The FLOTUS stunned in a curve-hugging, rose gold Atelier Versace gown to the White House State dinner.
The first lady graced The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in a black Givenchy dress with zipper embellishments, which offered the classy, knee-length ensemble a cool edge.
Michelle waved good-bye after President Obama gave his last official speech in office, in a blue lace Jason Wu dress, of course. Cue the tears!