The first lady gave Beyoncé a run for her money on Tuesday, donning a stunning, curve-hugging gown for the state dinner held in honor of Italian prime minister, Matteo Renzi, the first family's last in the White House.
Though Michelle always stuns in her state dinner ensembles, March's state dinner -- held in honor of Canadian prime minister, Justin Trudeau -- was all about her daughters, 18-year-old Malia and 15-year-old Sasha.
"I realized that they hadn't been to a State Dinner," Michelle later explained to ET about her decision to include her daughters. "I thought, when I look back on this time, when they are talking to their kids and they are like, 'Mom, did you ever go to a State Dinner?' and they say no, I would feel pretty bad about that. So, we thought, 'We're going to invite them to one.' And they got to do the big girl dress-up thing."