Michelle Obama Is A Pantsuit Lover! The Former First Lady Dazzles In A White & Orange Atlas Number In Paris


April 18, 2019 10:00 By Fabiosa

In the light of 'Becoming' book tour across Western Europe, Michelle Obama was visiting Paris with positivity and joy. She was on a Parisian river cruise as the former U.S. First Lady and other people realized Notre-Dame de Paris went up in horrifying flames. The idyllic dinner with friends turned into despair and distress with the blink of an eye. 


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Was her outfit the tribute to the Cathedral's fire?

Michelle Obama was having a conversation with an interviewer both about her memoir 'Becoming' and Notre-Dame de Paris' tragedy. The former FLOTUS revealed the whole situation was "disbelief." 

Interestingly, Mrs. Obama opted for a white-and-orange stipped atlas pantsuit. It's unknown whether she wore such colors linked to the tragedy unintentionally or as a part of the tribute to the gruesome fire. 


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But the pantsuit was stunning as it ideally embraced Michelle Obama's curves. Needless to say, orange suits the role model, and hence, this pantsuit was a lucky choice.


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Paris was her first international experience as a little girl and seeing the burning Cathedral was truly horrible, according to her remark. 

In love with pantsuits?

Michelle Obama seemingly has a thing for vibrant pantsuits as she was wearing different numbers during her the European book tour. In Oslo, the former First Lady opted for a mesmerizing emerald-green pantsuit by a Norwegian designer Peter Dundas. The approximate price of the suit was $6,000.


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One can notice Mrs. Obama's outfits in the pinkish, mint, blue or any other colors, and all of them suit her perfectly! Well done!

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