Michelle Obama Wears the Millennial Pink Suit of Our Dreams




 

From Harper's BAZAAR

Is it just us or is Michelle Obama's style just getting better and better post-White House? Now with more freedom to dress as she pleases, she's clearly not afraid to let her wardrobe shine.

Such was the case yesterday, as she continued her book tour for her first book, a memoir called, Becoming. She made the first stop on her European tour in Copenhagen. Like any good fashionista, she decided to wear a local designer which also just happens to be one of the coolest up-and-coming brands, Stine Goya.

Mrs. Obama looked as cool as ever in millennial pink suiting with sparkly crystal appliqués. We admire the former first lady for always having fun with fashion, in and outside the White House. She's leaned into a wardrobe of mainly chic suiting or silky separates since she starting her book tour in late 2018.

The Copenhagen fashion scene has been garnering lots of attention the last few years thanks to buzzy brands like Stine Goya, Ganni and Saks Potts- and has been a destination for the street style set every January and August when the city hosts their bi-annual fashion week.

In January 2019, Becoming received quite the honor of being the most popular book on Amazon since Fifty Shades of Grey-talk about an achievement. The former First Lady chronicles her life from childhood, to meeting Barack Obama, to life in the White House in her top-selling tell-all.

Relive all of Mrs. Obamas best looks here.

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