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Showing Some Shoulder
Michelle was glowing during her trip to Siena, Italy, on May 22. The former FLOTUS rocked a stylish white, off-the-shoulder Club Monaco top, wide-leg army green trousers and beige slide sandals. She accessorized her look with an oxblood red Simon Miller bag, round oversized sunglasses, gold hoop earrings, a simple chain necklace and an Elizabeth and James cuff.
During a trip to Montalcino, Italy on May 20, the former first lady looked effortlessly chic in a pink one-shoulder Teija shirt, cropped white jeans and two-strap sandals. She accessorized her easy breezy look with a white crossbody bag, bangles, hoop earrings and round sunglasses.
On May 12, Michelle gave a speech during the Partnership for a Healthier America Summit in Washington, D.C. For the event, the 53-year-old lawyer opted for black slacks, and a high-low, white and light blue-striped, button-up shirt with a corset belt.
Lady in Blue
On May 7, Michelle radiantly stole the show in an elegant one-shoulder, royal blue gown with matching earrings when the former POTUS received the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award in Boston.
Shades of Gray
Returning to her philanthropic endeavors on May 5 to host MTV's 2017 College Signing Day in New York City, Michelle kept it casual in light gray jeans, an oversized cardigan and sneakers while showing off her Princeton pride with a tee with the university's mascot.
On May 3, during a round table discussion about the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago, Illinois, Michelle looked radiant in a spotted black and white mid-length dress.
On April 27, the former first lady made her first public speech since leaving the White House during the AIA Conference on Architecture in Orlando, Florida. Greeting the audience, Michelle donned a tri-colored Lafayette 158 sundress with black strappy heels
After dining at the Upland restaurant in New York City on March 10, Mrs. Obama waved to photographers while wearing high-waisted black slacks, a chic button-up blouse and a navy coat. She completed the look with hoop earrings and black pointed toe heels.
For her final farewell as first lady, Michelle chose a red and black Jason Wu mélange tweed jacquard dress with matching double-breasted coat to wear to Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20. The look suited her well next to President Obama's navy suit, crisp white shirt and blue tie.