From official White House dinners to TV appearances, here are the top FLOTUS fashion moments.
Feb. 2, 2012: ‘Ellen’ Appearance
When most people think of first lady style they think of suits and pearls, rarely of leather. This is part of why it’s so great that Michelle Obama rocked a leather jacket by Reed Krakoff with a shirt by Duro Olowu and black jeans during her appearance on Ellen. Can you imagine Laura Bush, Hillary Clinton, Barbara Bush or any other first lady rocking skinny jeans and a leather jacket? Exactly.
March 14, 2012: Welcoming the Camerons
During the official arrival ceremony to welcome British Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife, Samantha, the first lady donned a Zac Posen suit that was soft, sleek and sophisticated — and completely unforgettable.
March 14, 2012: Official White House Dinner
For the White House Dinner in honor of the prime minister and his wife that night, Obama achieved another style highlight, with a teal, off-the-shoulder evening gown by the label Marchesa, whose founder is British-born designer Georgina Chapman. The label is a red-carpet favorite of Hollywood starlets, and the first lady was certainly red-carpet-worthy that night, leading the president to announce to the prime minister that their wives “look better than us.
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