15 Fresh-Off-the-Runway Looks We Expect to See in Michelle Obama's Wardrobe
Michelle Obama may no longer be our FLOTUS, but she certainly still has the style to match. Since Michelle has previously worn looks right off the runway, we couldn't help but envision her rocking some of these pieces from the Spring 2018 collections. From a stunning Tanya Taylor design to a colorful Mary Katrantzou dress, these are the 12 runway looks we can see Michelle Obama wearing in the near future.
For a casual yet chic ensemble, Michelle wore a blue and orange Tory Burch dress during a baseball game in Havana, Cuba.
We think that Michelle would turn heads in this belted Tory Burch number.
Before dressing Michelle Obama, Brandon Maxwell's designs were seen on Lady Gaga. For the 2016 White House State Dinner, Michelle wore a sculptural column dress by the designer.
This pink and red turtleneck gown would perfectly highlight Michelle Obama's enviable arms.
With Michelle's sophisticated style, we can picture her wearing this white floral dress from Jason Wu's Spring 2018 collection.
This Self-Portrait blouse is the perfect mix of casual and business-appropriate. We'd imagine Michelle pairing this shirt with black culottes.
It's no secret that Michelle loves floral designs. One such example? This Tracy Reese floral dress that featured a classic A-line silhouette.
Based on what Michelle has worn in the past, we'd imagine this Tracy Reese design would be to her liking.
Michelle Obama has been wearing Parbal Gurung's creations for some time now. During a White House event, Michelle wore a silk dress from the designer's Resort '13 collection.
With its ruffle sleeves and emerald green hue, we know that this jacquard dress would look lovely on Michelle.
Michelle opts for ultrafeminine designs every now and then. She was seen wearing this midi Tanya Taylor number that featured bishop sleeves and a pink floral print.
Perhaps Michelle will wear this sunny yellow dress by Tanya Taylor during an upcoming vacation.
While on a trip to Cuba, Michelle opted for a Carolina Herrera number that featured red and blue pixelated flowers.
With its bold color and flattering silhouette, we can easily see Michelle Obama adding this Carolina Herrera piece to her collection.
We spotted Michelle wearing this amazing Delpozo shirtdress while meeting with Queen Letizia in Madrid.
Since Michelle favors Delpozo's whimsical silhouettes, we can see her wearing this caped blazer from the fashion label.
Mary Katrantzou has made a name for herself with her colorful prints. And Michelle Obama has learned how to balance out the designer's statement-making patterns by keeping the rest of her ensemble simple.
We'd love to see Michelle Obama in this two-toned plaid design.
Preen by Thornton Bregazzi
What does one wear while being interview by Oprah? A stunning Preen midi dress that featured sheer panels and embroidery, of course.
We think that this one-shouldered Preen design would definitely catch Michelle's eye.
During a trip to Marrakesh, Morocco, Michelle opted for a printed chiffon design by Peter Pilotto.
In the same vein, we can see Michelle wearing this palm-tree-print dress.
Michelle keeps a list of go-to British designers in steady rotation. She was seen wearing this belted Christopher Kane dress with drop earrings and black pumps.
Since Michelle's style is ever-evolving, we think that she should give this mustard yellow design a try.
While leaving Cambodia back in 2015, Michelle wore a colorblock dress by Roksanda.
Since she's worn this color scheme in the past, we have an inkling that Michelle would love this bright blue set.
For her first Seventeen cover, Michelle wore a playful Antonio Berardi dress.
Another playful number we can see Michelle wearing? This striped look from Antonio's recent Spring '18 collection.