First Lady of Fab: Michelle Obama’s March on Washington 50th Anniversary Tracy Reese Embellished Flared Frock

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Michelle Obama gave us another fabulous fashion moment, while celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the ‘March on Washington’. For this momentous occasion,  the First Lady selected a dress from  American fashion designer Tracey Reese.  Lady  O stunned in the designer’s black and red floral print embellished flared frock.  WOW moment indeed!

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The flared dress features scarlet flowers with beaded centers.  The sleeveless number also has a rear v-neckline.

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Mrs. Obama added a black belt to the dress to accentuate her waist and to show-off the classic silhouette. Lady O really gives the dress life, like she does with all of Tracy Reese’s designs.

So how does  Reese feel about all  of this? The designer was quoted saying, “We are honored that the First Lady would choose to wear one of our designs during the celebration of such a deeply significant historical moment. Mrs. Obama’s radiance make our dresses shine!”

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Lady O completed her look with black pumps and pulled her hair back into a bun.

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I’m living for the First Lady’s new highlights and that manicure is hot. I love the color. FAB!

If you love Mrs. Obama’s latest look, grab her dress below:

 

 

Image Credit: Getty via Zimbio.com, Tracy Reese

 

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