Michelle Obama’s Winning Style

When America elected Obama as President way back in 2008, the world didn’t expect to also receive a super stylish, incredibly elegant Michelle Obama as First Lady. She immediately won over everyone not just with her efforts to bring about change, but also because of her lovely style. Printed dresses, classy skirts and formal gowns fit for the President’s wife – the best part about her style is that it’s sometimes conservative but never boring. She’s got our vote!

Here we catalogued some of our fave looks of the First Lady – dig in for inspo!

   The First Lady in Cuba, in a white V-neck dress with a graphic red and black print

The First Lady in Cuba, in a white V-neck dress with a graphic red and black print

   For the 2015 Kids' State Dinner held at the White House, she picked a botanical-print Carolina Herrera shirt-dress and matching suede pumps

For the 2015 Kids' State Dinner held at the White House, she picked a botanical-print Carolina Herrera shirt-dress and matching suede pumps

   Wearing a fully embroidered floral dress by Naeem Khan for a state dinner with Cuban President Raul Castro at the Palace of the Revolution in Havana

Wearing a fully embroidered floral dress by Naeem Khan for a state dinner with Cuban President Raul Castro at the Palace of the Revolution in Havana

   In a custom Jason Wu gown – strapless   midnight   blue dress featuring an elaborate floral jacquard pattern and asymmetrical draping – for a White House State Dinner

In a custom Jason Wu gown – strapless midnight blue dress featuring an elaborate floral jacquard pattern and asymmetrical draping – for a White House State Dinner

   The First Lady looking radiant in a shimmery, knee-length dress with crystal embellishments at a state dinner in Argentina

The First Lady looking radiant in a shimmery, knee-length dress with crystal embellishments at a state dinner in Argentina

   Nailing the China State Dinner at the White House in an off-the-shoulder Vera Wang gown with a V-notch neckline and a mermaid hem

Nailing the China State Dinner at the White House in an off-the-shoulder Vera Wang gown with a V-notch neckline and a mermaid hem

   Obama wore a silk blue and white top with a matching crepe black skirt to the National Medal for Museum and Library Service award presentation at the White House

Obama wore a silk blue and white top with a matching crepe black skirt to the National Medal for Museum and Library Service award presentation at the White House