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  • richrusso300 richrusso300 Apr 18, 2013 1:13 PM Flag

    Lovely First Lady Michelle Obama

    Visited the US Naval Acadamy in a stunning Michael Kors Pleated Dress yesterday

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    • Lady in red! The fashionable first lady donned one of her best looks yet when she stepped out in a pleated Michael Kors dress.

      The always elegant Michelle Obama, 49, has never looked more regal. The first lady visited the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland on April 17, where she stood out thanks to her vibrant red dress that allowed her to flaunt one of her best assets — her toned arms! Are you loving her red dress?
      Michelle Obama Naval Academy Visit In Pleated Dress:

      While all eyes are always on the fashion icon, this crimson frock totally stole the spotlight. Michelle looked perfectly poised in the sleeveless Michael Kors dress which featured pleats. The flowing silhouette was so flattering on the first lady’s figure, while a red belt cinched in her waist. Michelle hardly ever steps out without showing off a belted ensemble, and this clearly was no exception!

      Opting for a monochrome look, Michelle stuck to the red theme by pairing the dress with a pair of red kitten heels. A double strand of pearls and matching pearl earrings added an elegant touch to the whole ensemble, while her toned arms were definitely her best accessory.

      Considering Michelle showed off a red gown by Jason Wu at the Inaugural Ball, the first lady clearly is a fan of the vibrant color — and considering she looks so good in it we really can’t blame her!

      Michelle knows how to dress for her body type and always looks so appropriate and chic for every occasion, and that’s exactly what she did when she stepped out in one of her fave designers. What do you think? Is this one of Michelle’s best looks yet or are you growing tired of her fashion choices?

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