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Michelle, Sasha and Malia Obama Coordinate Outfits in Morocco, Look Incredibly Chic!

by Desiree Murphy 5:12 PM PDT, June 29, 2016
Playing Michelle, Sasha and Malia Obama Coordinate Outfits in Morocco, Look Incredibly Chic!

The Obama girls are stepping up their style game!

First Lady Michelle Obama appeared ultra-chic on Tuesday, coordinating outfits with her and President Barack Obama's daughters, Malia, 17, and Sasha, 15, for a traditional iftar dinner at the King Palace in Marrakech, Morocco.

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FLOTUS, 52, opted for a black-and-white paisley-printed dress, which she paired with drop earrings and black stilettos. Her fashionable daughters both sported frocks symbolic of the culture in a similar pattern, featuring various shades of white, purple and pink.

The trio was joined by 38-year-old Moroccan Princess Lalla Salma, who wore a glamorous white outfit with silver and yellow embellishments.

Photo: AP

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Meryl Streep was there too, looking equally regal in a white dress, gold necklace and hoop earrings.

Photo: AP

The Obamas were visiting Morocco as part of Michelle's Let Girls Learn initiative, which is aimed to educate young girls and help them "build a healthier family, a stronger community and a brighter future."

Earlier this month, Michelle proved that the girls aren't the only ones in the first family that have a sense of style and charisma. While sitting down with Oprah Winfrey at the United States of Women summit in Washington, D.C., she couldn't stop gushing over her husband's "swagalicious" walk.

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"Good lord. Watching my husband walk off of Marine One and go to the Oval Office, it's like, mmm!" she admitted. "And you know he's got that walk, right? Mmm, mmm, mmm."

To hear more from the hilarious interview, watch the video below.

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