She may have spent the night showing off her moves on the dance floor celebrating her husband’s second inauguration, but she still looked perfectly put together in an all-white Naeem Khan ensemble when she attended church services the very next morning. Do you like this look? VOTE
Michelle Obama, 49, was all smiles when she attended the National Prayer Service prayer at the Washington National Cathedral on Jan. 22 in Washington, D.C., where the fashionable First Lady donned a custom ivory wool-applique Naeem Khan 3/4 sleeve coat and matching sleeveless dress. The printed dress featured an embellished collar, while the jacket had the same embellished beadwork on the trim of the jacket and the sleeves. The print gave the ensemble a casual vibe, and Michelle looked effortlessly chic. If she was lacking sleep it certainly didn’t show!
Michelle swapped her glamorous, custom-made red Jason Wu halter gown for a more casual look this morning, yet she always dresses to impress! How does she do it? While for the Inauguration Day Michelle wore her hair down, today she swept her bob back. A pair of earrings finished off her polished look.
I commend Michelle for always dressing so appropriate for every occasion — I can’t imagine what went into selecting all of her looks for this celebratory time! Seeing the First Lady in Naeem Khan comes as no surprise. Not only is Michelle a major fan of the designer’s dresses, but this is also the eighth time she selected one of his designs — with the first being at the administration’s first State Dinner in November 2009.
So far Michelle has showed off red, white and blue — what a patriotic message! Michelle kicked off a very stylish Inauguration Day on Jan. 20 in a navy checkered Thom Browne coat and a custom-made gray dress. Michelle added a pop of color to her ensemble, pairing her first look with purple J. Crew gloves and an embellished J. Crew belt. The First Lady had a very busy day, but she managed to pull a frock swap and stepped out for the Inaugural Ball in a stunning red halter Jason Wu gown.
While reports claim that Michelle danced the night away and really got into the festive spirit for the star-studded afterparty at the White House, she still managed to look fantastic this morning for church services in her custom-made Naeem Khan ensemble.
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