Style Evolution: Michelle Obama
The First Lady of fashion has certainly been a risk-taker when it comes to fashion. Click through to check out some of her best (and most talked-about) looks right here!
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Never one to shy away from colored prints, Michelle Obama wore a floral and abstract Moschino Cheap & Chic dress at the Sept. 23 Clinton Global Initiative Meetings in NYC.
A repeat fashion offender, this is not the first time the first lady donned the Moschino frock -- she wore it (styled similarly with simple drop earrings) at a Mother's Day event in May.
Mrs. Obama not only loves Moschino (check out her black Vatican ensemble, pretty skirt suit, and sunny yellow cardigan) but also adores mash-up-style dresses. She recently wore a Byron Lars number with black floral-shaped polka dots on the lower half and a sheer black sleeveless overlay on top creating a leopard pattern.
And earlier this summer, she wore a "collage dress" designed by London-based Nigerian Duro Olowu.
As the keynote speaker at the Clinton Global Initiative Meetings (founded by former President Bill Clinton), Mrs. Obama spoke about her ongoing support of war veterans and their families.
She proudly stated, "Today I promise to continue to use my platform as first lady to bring people together around this issue. I'll work to spark not just a national conversation, but national action to give our vets and military spouses the opportunities they deserve." (To read more of her speech, visit Politics Daily.)
In related news, Bill Clinton was joined by Gisele Bündchen for Global Pantene.