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Friday, 20 January 2017

Michelle Obama a year of Style

As today we say goodbye to Michelle Obama as First Lady of the United States, I´d like to remember her best  fashion moments of the past year... which by the way,  were a lot. She was hardly ever critized for that particular style. When I say particular I mean she was not afraid of anything, not even of wearing colors. I remmember thinking "how can she use that color and look good?". Well, I guess the answer is that she has style.



1-January 2016 in Narciso Rodriguez
Why is this dress so important? First is yellow, and second it was sold out online before Barak Obama could finish his speech during his final State of the Union.

2-March 2016 in Jason Wu for a  White House State Dinner

3-March 2016 in Carolina Herrera
Arriving in Cuba was a historical moment and of course she should be elegant and classic for the situation, and CH is deffinitly a designer you can´t go wrong with.

4-March 2016 in Naeem Khan
For a second day in Cuba, she opted for a more relaxed and colourful dress that suited the island vibes perfectly. 

5-March 2016 in Michael Kors
In Buenos Aires she opted for blue dress to deliver a speech on woman power alongside Argentinas First Lady, Juliana Awada.

6-March 2016
The day she matched with Juliana Awada and also danced Tango alongside her husband, she wore a crystal embellished gown. 

7-May 2016 in Naeem Khan
Michelle went for an off-the-shoulder dress on only one side.

8-June 2016 in Altuzarra
After an outfit change in Marrakech she looked as if she belonged there with an arabic printed dress along her daughters.

9-June 2016 in Hugo Boss
The dress designed by Jason Wu for Hugo Boss was the First Lady pick for the White House Summit in the United States of Woman,

10-June 2016 in del Pozo
To give a speech in Spain she opted for a local designer, Del Pozo. This little gestures shows that she cares and does some research on the country she is visiting.

11-July 2016 in Christian Siriano
During the Democratic National Convention she opted for a blue gown by the American Designer, Project Runway alum and absolute talent, Christian Siriano.

12-August 2016 in Brandon Maxwell
What? Yes, the First Lady opted for an ivory gown by newly designer Brandon Maxwell, who also happens to be the man behind Lady Gagas recent elegant looks. 

13-August 2016 in Naeem Khan
Yellow is one of the colors that best suits her, for example while welcoming Singapore´s Prime Minister in Washington.

14-September 2016 in Self Portrait
Self Portrait is a "more accesible" partywear brand that usually works with tranparencies. Following the steps of  FLOTUS, the dutches of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, also made an appearance in a dress from the same brand. 

15-October 2016 in Versace
I bet you still remember when she wore this dress during her last Dinner of State as the First Lady. As the night was dedicated to Italy, she choose an Italian designer, Versace.

16-November 2016 in Narciso Rodriguez
To meet with Melania Trump, wife of the elected President, she wore a purple Narciso Rodriguez dress she had already used at her arrival in Buenos Aires airport. What´s more, many said she opted for a purple color as it was previously seen on Hillary Clinton on her concession speech.

17- December 2016 in Gucci
Yes, she also wore a Gucci gown. The hottest brand of the moment finally made it into the First Ladys closet with this custom made gown.

 18- December 2016 in Tanya Taylor
During the Christmas season she went back to one of her all time favourtie designers.

19- January 2017 in Jason Wu
During her husban last speech as President of the United States she opted a simple black dress or little black dress that didn´t call much the attention as she had not intentions of outshining him.

 20- January 2017 in
During her last appearance as First Lady of the United States in a red gown. I´d like to highlight that as she was in red, Melania, the new First Lady was in blue  dress by Ralph Lauren, and the opposite happened with the Presidents.































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