Michelle Obama Goes Colorblocking on Her First-Ever Seventeen Cover
Michelle Obama's latest look will make you sit up and pay attention. Not only because she covers Seventeen for the very first time — right next to the two winners of the magazine's Better Make Room essay contest — but because it's bright, playful, and yet sophisticated. Michelle's Antonio Berardi dress ($1,296) was the perfect choice for her editorial, which empowers young women to reach for a higher education.
Featuring a colorblock scheme, folded sleeves, and exposed zipper, the details on this design are striking, but they're also extremely flattering. In just one shoot, Michelle's managed to teach us yet another style lesson in power dressing: it's totally possible to pack a punch in an appropriate ensemble. Read on to see the full set of images, click over to Seventeen to read more, and shop the FLOTUS's exact dress, along with similar styles if pink and red isn't your color combination.