14.03.12

Samantha Cameron In Roksanda Ilincic & Michelle Obama In Zac Posen – White House Official Welcoming Ceremony

David and Samantha Cameron are currently in the US on a three-day visit, so of course they caught up with the Obamas.

It’s always a magic moment for me when Samantha Cameron and Michelle Obama meet as they dress to impress without trying to upstage each other.

Earlier today at the official welcoming ceremony at the White House in Washington, DC, both ladies wore looks from their respective countries.

Samantha wore a Roksanda Ilincic tri-colour half-sleeve dress with an Emilia Wickstead navy belt and LK Bennett blue suede pumps.

Michelle complemented the PM’s wife by wearing a Zac Posen light-blue dress with a matching jacket for the occasion.

I love her silver pumps, they remind me of a pair I have been eyeing up in Zara.

Both women look amazing, but without bias, I’m going to give this fashion face-off to Sam Cam.

Her look feels fresher and less ‘ladies-who-lunch’ in comparison to Mrs O.

Whose look do you prefer?

Samantha’s Roksanda Ilincic dress is available to purchase from Browns Fashion.

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03.02.12

Michelle Obama In Michael Kors & J. Crew – The Tonight Show With Jay Leno

It might be bitterly cold outside, but Michelle Obama reminds us that spring is just around the corner.

The First Lady made a guest appearance on ‘The Tonight Show With Jay Leno’ this week.

This mixture of textures and pastels in her relaxed look of new and familiar pieces is absolutely beautiful.

She wore a Michael Kors gold-ribbed lame elbow-sleeve crewneck from the Resort 2012 collection with a J. Crew mint-green jacquard pencil skirt.

Michelle has worn this skirt before, but she gave it new life by adding a striped bejewelled belt.

Baby-pink kitten heels completed her look.

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Michelle Obama In J. Mendel – 2012 BET Honors

Michelle Obama presented an award to legendary poet and and author Maya Angelou at the 2012 BET Honors which was held in Washington, D.C. on Saturday evening.

The First Lady looked regal wearing a J. Mendel Resort 2012 gown.

I adore the colour of this scarlet organza one-shoulder gown against her skin; she’s truly radiant.

Her chic updo keeps her hair away from that beautiful detail on her shoulder which cascades down the front of her gown.

As always she gets a perfect 10 from me.

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Best Dressed Of The Week – Michelle Obama In Vera Wang & Sarah Jessica Parker In Theyskens’ Theory

Michelle Obama was your best dressed this week wearing a custom electric blue Vera Wang gown.

Her look was typically breath-taking and awe-inspiring with earrings to-die-for.

My vote went to Sarah Jessica Parker in Theyskens’ Theory.

This could’ve gone wrong in so many different ways, but the petite actress was able to pull off this tricky gown without any problems.

Like FLOTUS, she was flawless from head-to-toe.

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05.12.11

Michelle Obama In Vera Wang – The 34th Kennedy Center Honors

The belle of the ball at the 34th Annual Kennedy Center Honors last night was Michelle Obama.

She looked divine wearing a gorgeous strapless Vera Wang custom gown.

FLOTUS once again upstaged the President in this cobalt tulle gown with accentuating bias drape and a tiered skirt with feathered organza accents.

The bold blue hue and statement jewels ensured that all eyes were on her.

She always make my heart melt.

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Michelle Obama In Reed Krakoff – Pritzker Architecture Prize Ceremony

Michelle Obama continues to give awe inspiring looks no matter what the occasion may be.

At the Pritzker Architecture Prize Ceremony at Andrew Mellon Auditorium in Washington, DC yesterday she looked beautiful wearing a Reed Krakoff Spring 2011 halter dress.

From the runway I wouldn’t have picked this for Michelle, but a few adjustments like replacing the low slung belt to sit on the empire waist and we have a FLOTUS worthy look.

The cobalt jersey gown was paired with some champagne coloured heels.

I love her constant rotation of designers. She can never be accused of being boring.

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