Whether she is wowing crowds with her inspiring prose or dazzling at galas around the world, Michelle Obama's chic style never disappoints. The FLOTUS impressed again as she gave a powerful speech in support of Hillary Clinton in Philadelphia Wednesday, looking as sophisticated as always in a checkered blue-and-black tea-length dress.
With her bob parted to the side and her makeup natural, InStyle's October cover star took the stage at La Salle University and fired up the crowd, encouraging Pennsylvanians to vote and explaining what is at stake in the election.
"When I hear people saying they don't feel inspired in this election, I must disagree," according to NBC News. "Hillary has been a lawyer, a law professor, first lady of Arkansas, first lady of the United States, a U.S. senator, secretary of state. That's why I'm inspired by Hillary," the FLOTUS continued.
"Experience matters, preparation matters, temperament matters. Hillary Clinton has it all," she added.
Obama made her first solo campaign appearance for Clinton earlier this month, and is set to make a second campaign appearance Wednesday in Pittsburgh. We can't wait to see what she says (and wears) next.