Michelle Obama in Stephen Burrows on July 19, 2010. Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

It's got to be her color.

First Lady Michelle Obama loves that green-ish, acid yellow color, and seems to wear it in every iteration she can find.

Her most recent foray was in a matte jersey pant suit made by Stephen Burrows paired with an Erickson Beamon techno deco belt. Obama wore this ensemble to speak with students from the Duke Ellington School of the Arts and the Joy of Motion Dance Center, as they rehearsed a segment from the Broadway show 'Hairspray' at the White House on July 19.

"The color is called 'Sunrise Yellow,'" Burrows tells StyleList. "It's almost the color of Isabel's (Toledo) dress for the Inauguration. We sent it in red, green and a blue-ish teal color," but this is what she kept.

"Ikram (Goldman, a Chicago retailer and Obama's de facto stylist) called and requested that we send pants suits in color," Burrows continues. "The suit is inspired by one I made in the 1970s," and Burrows added, "My family freaked out when they saw it."

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