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Michelle Obama stunned at last Saturday’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner in a sparkling silver Zac Posen dress and a refreshingly fun and flirty beauty look, but it appears that her superb ensemble was just the beginning of what turned out to be a week of fabulous FLOTUS fashion.
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After Saturday’s dinner, the First Lady and the President hosted a diplomatic visit from Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife, Akie. During the pair’s short stay on Tuesday, Obama found occasion to wear not one, but three gorgeous dresses. The First Lady was elegant in an irridescent pastel ombre dress during the duo’s arrival, and then wowed again during a visit to an elementary school, wearing a calf-length macrame white dress.
Obama then proceeded to upstage the President in a chic periwinkle blue tulle gown by Japanese designer Tadashi Shoji during the state dinner later in the day.
Following the Prime Minister’s departure, Obama attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony at New York City’s Whitney Museum Thursday looking regal in a white Thakoon floral dress with a fluted, calf-length hem from the designer’s resort collection (see above).
To round out the week, Obama appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman wearing a simple yet chic rich blue Narciso dress. Well done, FLOTUS.
The First Lady and Akie Abe, wife of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, on April 28.
Michelle Obama at an elementary school in Great Falls, Va., on April 28.
At the state dinner in Tadashi Shoji, April 28.
FLOTUS on the ‘Late Show with David Letterman’ on April 30.
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