The First Lady is going retro.
Michelle Obama delivered the opening remarks during the Veterans Homelessness Summit at the White House in Washington D.C. yesterday, and her cheery floral-print dress truly brightened up our day. For the occasion, the always stylish figure glowed in a ’70s-inspired patterned Tracy Reese number that featured flouncy ruffle-trimmed sleeves, flattering side-seam ruching, and an all-over graphic blossom print in an assortment of bold colors. And in true FLOTUS fashion, she accessorized with classic black pumps, several statement rings, and oversize silver hoop earrings. She completed her look by styling her hair in loose, bouncy curls.
Obama hosted the final Joining Forces event to celebrate its successes and to discuss the next steps in the Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness.
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Love her ensemble as much as we do? The First Lady’s frock is currently available for $348 at nordstrom.com, but sizes are selling out quick.
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