As many Americans tuned in to view President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union address last night, all eyes fell on First Lady Michelle Obama for her poise and classic style.
The First Lady arrived on Capitol Hill Tuesday evening in a yellow-orange wool crepe dress by Narciso Rodriguez. Obama has worn the American fashion designer’s garments before, notably during her husband’s 2008 historic election night.
Mrs. Obama waved to guests and politicians from her box as fans rushed online to praise her refined fashion choice.
After discovering the origins of her dress, many flocked to Neiman Marcus’ website, and the garment sold out instantly.
There was also curiosity about the empty chair next to the First Lady. The bold symbol was to honor those who have lost their lives to gun violence.
Look like the First Family is going out with a bang. Check out some more of FLOTUS’ best style moments here.
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