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First Lady Michelle Obama Dazzles in Vera Wang

Last night, President Barack Obama, and First Lady Michelle Obama hosted Chinese president Xi Jinping and his wife, Peng Liyuan for the annual China State Dinner.
The two first families greeted each other for a photo shoot on the red carpet in front of the white house. The FLOTUS dazzled in a black, off-shoulder gown made by Chinese American designer, Vera Wang.

The FLOTUS’ hair was swept off to one shoulder in soft, long, luscious curls displaying a toned back and arms that make us all want to skip cheat day and hit the gym. Mr. and Mrs. Obama shared a couple of fun moments for the camera before going inside to start the events (pictured below).


Mrs. Obama also shared the picture below of herself on Instagram in the ballroom right before the dinner displaying the gorgeously decorated ballroom at the White House.

“First glance at tonight’s China State Dinner.”

First glance at tonight's China State Dinner.

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Over the two terms of her husband’s presidency, Mrs. Obama has caught the attention of everyone with her fashion choices. This dinner was just another display of the impeccable class, and style this FLOTUS has brought to the White House. Her previous looks at state  dinners and other functions include designs by Jason Wu, Peter Sorenson, Alexander McQueen (below).

 

flotus in jason wu

First Lady wearing Jason Wu

First Lady wearing Peter Sorenson

 

Flotus in Alexander Mcqueen

First Lady wearing Alexander McQueen

In addition to dazzling us last night in Vera Wang, earlier this week the Mrs. Obama looked radiant in Carolina Herrera as she and the first family welcomed Pope Francis. This was Pope Francis’ first trip to America and the White House.

First Lady wearing Carolina Herrera

It is hard to find a current style icon, which is not wearing skin-tight clothing, sheer paneled crystal encrusted dresses, or anything else that leaves nothing to the imagination.

Always classic, and elegant, The First Lady is a style icon who will surely be inspiring women far beyond the end of her husband’s term.

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