Michelle Obama is known for her trendsetting ensembles, and fashionistas always keep their eyes on the former FLOTUS for style inspo (as do we).
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So, it was no surprise that as she commemorated a major milestone with her husband Barack Obama, she did so in a chic look that got everyone talking - and another that you might have missed.
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As Michelle and Barack broke ground on the Obama Presidental Center on Tuesday, she looked incredible in a chic silk green Lafayette wrap top that cinched at the waist paired with matching pants. She completed the look with pumps and a dazzling layered Bychari necklace.
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But there was another look that she shared in her Instagram Story on Tuesday that we also couldn’t stop swooning over: a black and ivory figure-flattering jumpsuit, which she teamed with black pumps as she and Barack chatted with students at the University of Chicago.
"Barack and I loved getting to know our newest class of @obamafoundation Scholars at @uchicago!", she captioned the photo, in which the former POTUS could be seen walking behind her.
Following her appearances, Michelle shared a heartfelt message on Instagram with fans about what it meant to her and Barack to build their Presidential Center in Chicago in Jackson Park.
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"No matter what I’ve accomplished, who I’ve met or where I’ve gone, one of the greatest honors of my life is being a proud Chicagoan—a daughter of the South Side. I still lead with that descriptor. I wear it boldly and proudly," she said in the caption of the post, which showed her standing behind a clear podium and breaking ground with Barack.
Michelle dazzled in a sleek jumpsuit during a chat with University of Chicago students
"So when it came time to decide where we’d build the Obama Presidential Center, Barack and I knew the South Side of Chicago was where we wanted it to be. This investment will help make the neighborhood we call home a destination for the entire world. But more importantly, it will be a vital resource for the people who live here."
"This center will be a place where folks can find work, and where kids can learn, grow, and envision bigger lives for themselves. And we hope it’ll be a place that can invigorate the existing restaurants, small businesses, neighborhood organizations, schools, and churches that are the lifeblood of this community."
"That’s what this is about for us—giving a little something back to the people and place we both love so much. We can’t wait to see it come to life."
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