Michelle Obama is not only the First Lady of the United States of America but of fashion, as evident from her 2015 photo compilation below.
In this piece, #OSGrecap traces the style evolution of the wife of the President of the most powerful nation.
Wearing a tailored pantsuit for the delivery of the White House’s Christmas tree in D.C.
Matching casual wear with her husband, President Barack Obama.
In a neutral zip-up dress in a recent function at the White House.
In a navy Stella McCartney dress at a function in New York.
Who can forget this embrace with pop star, Beyoncé at the Globa Citizen Festival in New York.
In custom Vera Wang for a State Dinner with China’s President and his wife.
When the first family was at the airport to welcome Pope Francis to America.
At the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s 45th Annual Legislative Conference in Washington D.C.
At the Special Olympics in July
FLOTUS stood out in Monique Lhuillier coat-and-dress outfit that glowed with hints of watery colors. She wore it at the White House when the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife Akie Abe came visiting.
Still on the visit of the Japanese First Lady, FLOTUS wore Tadashi Shoji, a stunning purple gown with a embroidered feather-motif and a full tulle skirt and plunging neckline.
The First Lady made sure to stand out in a bright red Michael Kors dress as she and her daughters Malia and Sasha visited Venice and Aviano, Italy during their trip to Europe on June 19, 2015.
FLOTUS opted for a custom Christopher Kane creation with embroidered floral detailing and an A-line skirt to meet Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha Cameron in London.
While in London, FLOTUS wore a multi-colored paisley-print Mary Katrantzou short-sleeved dress for the Let Girls Learn Initiative event, which promotes girls’ education
This yellow-and-blue Preen long-sleeved dress with lace detailing was the first ensemble that set the stylish tone for her recent trip to the UK.
Wrapping up her recent trip to London, the First Lady waved goodbye as she boarded the plane to Italy in a red-and-pink color-blocked ombré design — her most casual look from her European trip.
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