Michelle Obama Stuns at United State of Women Summit in Geometric Lace Dress
It's hard to get enough of Michelle Obama's style and grace. The FLOTUS, who has continued to pop up in enviable looks throughout Barack Obama's presidency, stunned again when she arrived at the United State of Women Summit Tuesday in Washington, D.C.
As Mrs. Obama stepped on the stage with a smile to host the event with Oprah Winfrey, Michelle was elegant as usual in a BOSS multi-colored geometric lace dress. "I always tell young girls, surround yourself with goodness," she said during the summit, according to a post on her Instagram page. "I learned early on how to get the haters out of my life. You've got to just sort of surround yourself with people who uplift you, who hold you up."
"I always tell young girls, surround yourself with goodness. I learned early on how to get the haters out of my life. You’ve got to just sort of surround yourself with people who uplift you, who hold you up." —The First Lady with @Oprah talking about the next generation of trailblazing women at the @WhiteHouse’s #StateOfWomen Summit.
Following the summit, The White House announced that the First Lady will travel to the Republic of Liberia, the Kingdom of Morocco, and the Kingdom of Spain this summer as a part of her Let Girls Learn initiative. Her daughters, Sasha and Malia Obama, as well as her mom, Marian Robinson, will join her on the trip, where Michelle will highlight the U.S. government's work to help adolescent girls go to school and stay in school.
The group will head to Margibi County, Liberia; Marrakech, Morocco; and Madrid, Spain from June 27 to July 1, 2016. During her trip to Morocco June 28 and 29, Meryl Streep and Freida Pinto will join her to participate in a conversation with adolescent girls about the challenges they face in getting a quality education there.