13 Times Michelle Obama Absolutely Slayed!

Flotus is definitely no stranger to high fashion. She stepped out for her last state dinner as the first lady, serving all kinds of slay in a Versace number that won many a hearts.

 Paired with metallic eyes and a nude glossy lip (keeping it minimal and subtle as she has done in the past with all her accessories and make up to State dinners) the rose gold Atelier Versace gown sure stood out. 

Looking at the gracefully cut and draped dress, you see female strength, something the designer Ms. Donatella Versace who described her very recent women’s wear collection shown in Milan last month as “all about woman’s freedom, freedom to fight for their ideas, freedom to be whomever they wanted to be” She designed the dress specifically for the first lady and said that she was deeply humbled and honoured to have done so.

Now with that said let’s take a look at some of the gowns First lady Michelle Obama a.k.a FLOTUS, wore to previous state dinners.

First up is Versace for 2016 Italy dinner.


Naeem Khan for 2016 Nordic dinner.


Brandon Maxwell 2016 Singapore.


Tadashi Shoji for 2015 Japan.


Vera Wang for China 2015.


Carolina Herrera 2014 France.


Marchesa 2012 UK.


Doo.Ri 2011 South Korea.


Naeem Khan for 2011 Germany.


Alexander Mcqueen 2011 China.


Tom Ford 2011 London.

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 24:  (L-R)  Queen Elizabeth II poses with U.S. President Barack Obama, his wife Michelle Obama and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in the Music Room of Buckingham Palace ahead of a State Banquet on May 24, 2011 in London, England. The 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama, and his wife Michelle are in the UK for a two day State Visit at the invitation of HM Queen Elizabeth II. During the trip they will attend a state banquet at Buckingham Palace and the President will address both houses of parliament at Westminster Hall.  (Photo by Chris Jackson - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Peter Soronen 2010 Mexico.



Naeem Khan 2009 for India.





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