Michelle Obama’s dress collection
Michells Obama the first Lady of US and the wife of Obama the president of US is well known for her dressing sense. Once she became the first lady she immediately gained the fashion community’s vote for her all-American style. Lately, she’s been alternating more daring cuts and colors mixed in with her signature knee-length floral dresses.
She is known for her flashy collection and her different types of gowns which one would like to have in their wardrobe. Best is all colours and dresses perfectly fit her and people seeing her outfits would like to have them in their wardrobe as well.
Michelle never plays it safe at state dinners or celebrations, surprising us with a bold color or print and often even an accessory like coordinating elbow-length gloves.
For the president’s farewell address in Chicago, the First Lady chose a navy lace Jason Wu dress. The frock has added significance, as Wu is also the man who designed her white one-shoulder gown for the Inauguration Ball in 2009.
Michelle Obama always commands attention for her sartorial choices, her pink-and-green custom Gucci gown stuck out for a special reason. Vanessa Friedman pointed out, it was the first time Obama wore a non-American designer to the ceremony. This is only the second time the First Lady has worn Gucci, with the first being a map dress she wore for a September taping of Ellen. Whether or not she chose the gown as an act of support for Mr. Renzi is ultimately up for debate, but as Friedman points out, the First Lady’s fashion choices are rarely just coincidence. Vanity Fair has reached out to Gucci for comment.
During her eight years in the White House, she has wowed us with her exquisite ensembles, and her look this morning is no different. In a waist cinching Jason Wu A-line dress, Mrs. Obama says good-bye to Washington in style.