Michelle Obama's 2010 Style Diary
Michelle Obama's 2010 Style Diary
The First Lady traveled to Illinois for the holiday weekend in wide-leg trousers and a white blouse. She accessorized with a plain black handbag and eye-popping red patent flats.
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The First Lady wore a polka-dot Lanvin dress for a performance by Regina Spektor at an East Room event.
Mrs. Obama accessorized a draped Narciso Rodriguez top with a matching skirt for a student gathering in Detroit. The First Lady finished the look with a bejeweled brooch and blush flats.
The First Lady spoke with Michigan students in a colorful patterned top.
Mrs. Obama belted a Jason Wu twist-front tank over a skirt from the designer for a statement on behalf of the Social Innovation Fund.
Mrs. Obama joined in games and races wearing a L'Wren Scott cardigan over a Talbots blouse. The First Lady made the combo (which she had worn previously for a Town Hall meeting) workout-friendly with cropped black trousers and sequined Converse.
The First Lady put on the dazzle in a multi-layered corset gown by Peter Soronen. She accented the cobalt blue design with a rhinestone belt, diamond and sapphire earrings from Sutra Jewels and studded Jimmy Choo sandals.
The First Lady greeted President Felipe Calderon in a jersey dress and silk-nylon coat from Calvin Klein Collection. She topped off the carmine ensemble with a beaded bib necklace by Erickson Beamon.
The First Lady chose a floral-print Moschino suit for a press conference on her children's health initiative's latest accomplishments. Mrs. Obama finished the feminine look with a stack of beaded bangles and silver heels.
The First Lady accessorized her sleek jade-green sheath with blue pumps and a double strand of pearls for a stop at the Georgetown University Hospital Conference Center.
Mrs. Obama topped a floral blouse and navy trousers with a Thakoon jacket for a creative take on a suit. She spoke on childhood obesity at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington D.C.
Mrs. Obama joined her husband for a dinner out on the town wearing a black suit accessorized with a stack of bangles, a VBH clutch and Jimmy Choo sandals.
The First Lady addressed a crowd of mothers (including her own!) wearing a daring Moschino Cheap and Chic mixed-print dress.
The First Lady accompanied the President to the signing of the Caregivers and Veterans Omnibus Health Services Act in a Zero + Maria Cornejo wrap dress. The print number, which she last wore in the fall, was accessorized with a wide patent belt and peep-toe shoes.
The First Lady spoke to students at the Energy Department's 20th Annual National Science Bowl wearing a silver Narciso Rodriguez design. She accented the suit's clean lines with a floral brooch by Erickson Beamon and metallic flats.
Mrs. Obama was a stunning First Lady in red at the annual banquet. She accessorized her hand-draped Prabal Gurung gown with drop earrings and cuffs from Bochic (top) and Sutra Jewels (bottom).
Mrs. Obama layered capri pants and a turquoise cardigan over a striped shirt for a visit to the Marie Reed Learning Center. The First Lady helped students paint a mural and plant a butterfly garden.
Mrs. Obama welcomed disabled veterans to the White House in a silk tapestry dress by Barbara Tfank. She accessorized the '60s-inspired design with a double strand of pearls.
The First Lady showed her travel savvy in an easy-to-wear Clu tunic punched up with bright accessories: a chartreuse Lambertson Truex tote and royal blue patent flats.
Mrs. Obama walked Bo wearing a floral L'Wren Scott cardigan over a pink blouse and beige trousers. She and the First Dog were on their way to greet the children of White House staff.
The First Lady paid a school visit in a bold red pantsuit worn with a pink and red sequined tank from J. Crew. Mrs. Obama finished the colorful ensemble with silver flats.
For a San Diego farm visit, the First Lady wore a forget-me-not embellished cotton J. Crew cardigan over a bright blue tee and flat-front gray pants. Mrs. Obama finished the fresh spring outfit with diamond studs and silver flats.
Mrs. Obama chose an update on a classic trouser suit for a chat with Mexican teenagers. The sleek white two-piece featured sheer sleeve insets which the First Lady complemented with a pewter tee and a Monica Pean ivory bead necklace.
Mrs. Obama glowed in a custom marigold sheath by Jason Wu worn with an oversize gilded cuff.
The First Lady lit up the lectern in a tapestry-print Rachel Roy dress with a draped fuchsia bodice. She accented the colorful design with sparkling drop earrings.
For a friendly tour alongside fellow First Lady Margarita Zavala, Mrs. Obama chose a pansy-patterned wrap dress from Diane von Furstenberg. She complemented the look, which featured a faux-corsage detail on the neckline, with bold yellow flats.
Mrs. Obama kicked off her visit to Mexico in a cerulean V-neck Tracy Reese dress in a floral pattern. She accessorized with Monica Pean jewelry, including dangling earrings, and bright red flats.
The First Lady surveyed a school damaged by the January 12 earthquake in a practical button-down, lavender trousers and pewter Converse.
For a speech to military personnel, the First Lady layered a cheerful canary cardigan over an inventively patterned dress. The multihued design featured a floral print with an ombre border.
Mrs. Obama mixed and matched black and white separates for a Q&A on childhood obesity. She paired a pleated skirt with a Talbots floral-print top and a L'Wren Scott lace applique cardigan.
For the annual Easter event, the First Lady added a cheerful pink cardigan to a floral-print blouse and white trousers. She finished the look with silver Jack Purcell Converse.
The First Lady stopped by the United States Trade Representatives Office in a fitted Michael Kors sheath dress topped with a thin white cardigan. Mrs. Obama complemented the coral dress with snakeskin kitten heels.
Mrs. Obama worked alongside students from Hollin Meadows Elementary in an all-black outfit with a twist-not only were her Converse sneakers silver, but her Clu sweater featured a flourish of ruffles in shocking pink.
Mrs. Obama gave the opening remarks in a black and white jacquard suit by Narciso Rodriguez. Along with a pearl-studded brooch, the First Lady added a persimmon blouse to the sophisticated design.