By Kelsey Glein
Mar 19, 2015 @ 2:50 pm
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The First Lady is at it again. After making a lasting impression when she touched down in Tokyo yesterday wearing a graphic, lime green Kenzo frock, Michelle Obama continued her tour of Japan in another bold hue: vibrant orange.

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During the United States and Japan's joint girls education event with Japanese First Lady Akie Abe where the pair kicked off their #LetGirlsLearn initiative, Obama proved once again that she isn't afraid of a statement-making color—and that makes us love her look even more. The FLOTUS made a stylish impact in a striking blazer and custom skirt by New-York based designer Altuzarra, which she paired with a jewel encrusted Stella McCartney blouse and silver pumps.

But this isn't the first time Obama has chosen to wear a look by the young Joseph Altuzarra: she has long been a fan of his work, which often reflects his multicultural upbringing by a Chinese-American mother and French father.

"By pursuing my dreams, I was modeling for my girls how to pursue their dreams." —The First Lady. #LetGirlsLearn

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Say cheese! All smiles with kids at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo.

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