Michelle Obama was all smiles as she spoke at the Grammy Museum’s Jane Ortner Education Award luncheon! The first lady looked gorgeous in white frock on Wednesday, and we absolutely love her look! Do you?
First lady Michelle Obama, 50, may just be the busiest mom in the world. Though she’s the president’s number one support system, the mother of two has quite the social calendar of her own, and somehow she always finds time to pick the perfect ensemble for every occasion! As a modern day fashion icon, Michelle always looks so put together, and the Grammy’s luncheon at the Grammy Museum in LA on July 16 was no exception! We think she looked absolutely stunning! Do you agree?
Michelle Obama’s White Dress For Grammy Museum Luncheon:
Mrs. Obama glowed in a white 3.1 Phillip Lim midi dress at the luncheon where she showed her support for the arts. Fashionable and for a great cause? That certainly sounds like our first lady!
The dress had a high neckline with a fitted top and a slight A-line skirt — Michelle’s signature silhouette! The frock featured a two-toned green belt and ribbon details, and it hit her right below the knee. We love the way the sleeveless dress allowed Michelle to flaunt her fave feature — her toned arms.
The first lady styled the dress with a gold bracelet and matching earrings. She wore natural makeup and a pink, glossy lip…but nothing shined as bright as her smile! Michelle was clearly so excited to be the keynote speaker the event, and it came through in her heartfelt speech that afternoon.
We love that one of the most influential women of our country dresses in such a sophisticated way and embraces contemporary designers. She is such a powerful figure, and her outfit choices reflect that!
What do you thin? How do you think Michelle looked in her white dress?