First Lady Michelle Obama’s Fashion at last State Dinner

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The First lady wears a stunning Versace gown for the Obama’s 14th state dinner at the White House.

The Obama Administration hosted Italy’s prime minister for the final state dinner on Tuesday night. Michelle Obama is known for her remarkable sense of style. So, it comes as no surprise that her dress was effortlessly breathe taking. For her last state dinner, Michelle chose to wear a rose gold gown designed by Donatella Versace. In addition to wooing the crowd, Michelle’s pick of an Italian household name acknowledged the visiting country.

In an interview with Good Morning America, Robin Givhan, Fashion Critic for the Washington Post, applauds the look for its pure Hollywood glamor. “The Versace dress stands out because it is a very sexy slinky dress,” Givhan told Good Morning America.

The first lady is well known for her unique wardrobe.  At previous state dinners, Michelle wore dresses designed by Brandon Maxwell, Tom Ford, and Vera Wang. However, the first lady’s outstanding style isn’t limited to the red carpet. Over the last eight years, Michelle Obama’s has made noteworthy fashion decisions. The first lady has proven that she is not afraid to wear bold colors or take a chance. She has even mixed in a few accessories in her closet that can be found at J. Crew like the belt seen in the picture below.

The Versace gown was a show stopper and as always Michelle Obama stole the night away. The First lady’s fashion legacy will be marked down in FLOTUS history.

I fell in love with fashion as a young girl. As I grew older I developed my passion for writing. Now I hope to turn my two passions into a career. I am looking forward to building my career as a fashion journalist. I enjoy following and writing about fashion trends. I am a minimalist when it comes to my personal style. Lastly I love matte and neutral colors.

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