Michelle Obama Wows in Metallic Suit on Her Last Stop on 'Becoming' Book Tour (Photos)

America’s sweetheart, Michelle Obama displayed exquisite fashion taste as she looked gorgeous in a metallic suit and pants outfit dazzling the Ryman auditorium audience.

Not many people will pull off a metallic outfit because of its flashy nature, but Mrs. Obama did justice to her outfit as she appears at the Ryman Auditorium on Sunday Night for her “Becoming” tour finale.

Sharing on her Instagram page, the 55-year-old intellectual attached a lengthy caption in which she addressed fans concerning her book.

“Sunday night in Nashville, I walked off stage for the final time on my #IamBecoming tour,” the former First Lady began. “After 34 stops, from Chicago to Copenhagen and Vancouver to Atlanta, I couldn’t be more humbled or more hopeful. I started this journey knowing that in order for you all to know who I was, you had to know my whole story, the broken parts, the struggles, and the imperfections. It wasn’t always easy to share those moments, but I know that it’s only because of them, I was able to become something more,” she added. 

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Growing up, every time I’d come home from school with a story to share, my mother was there with a snack and a listening ear to hear about what was on my mind. When I came home with a tale about my disastrous second-grade classroom, she marched into the school to figure out what was going on. And as I grew older, including up through my years as First Lady, she was always there for me as a guiding light through whatever fog was clouding my path. She’s always listened more than she lectured; observed more than she demonstrated. In doing so, she allowed me to think for myself and develop my own voice. From an early age, she saw that I had a flame inside me, and she never tempered it. She made sure that I could keep it lit. Mom, thank you for kindling that fire within me, and for your example as a mother and a grandmother to our girls. We would never be who we are today without you. #HappyMothersDay, Mom. Love you. ❤️

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Obama went on to make her appreciation known to all those that joined her in exploring “Becoming” and as well making it a point of discussion and sharing their own experiences as well. The Harvard alumni also included a piece of thought-provoking advice as she mentioned that:

"if many people were able to open up on the “truths” about their lives and “if each of us can do more of that, if we can be a little more vulnerable, a little more  honest with ourselves and with each other, then maybe we can pay that lesson forward to someone else.".

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Sunday night in Nashville, I walked off stage for the final time on my #IAmBecoming tour. After 34 stops, from Chicago to Copenhagen and Vancouver to Atlanta, I couldn’t be more humbled—or more hopeful. I started this journey knowing that in order for you all to know who I was, you had to know my whole story—the broken parts, the struggles, and the imperfections. It wasn’t always easy to share those moments, but I know that it’s only because of them that I was able to become something more. So thank you all—all the young people I met along the way, all the folks sitting in the balconies, all the book clubs who generated real discussions—for recognizing that truth in your own lives, and for sharing it not just with me but with the world. If each of us can do more of that, if we can be a little more vulnerable, a little more honest with ourselves and with each other, then maybe we can pay that lesson forward to someone else. Maybe we’ll be able to offer each other a little more grace. And maybe then, we can more fully embrace the ways we are the same. To me, that’s how we can all keep becoming, together.

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Speaking with Stephen Colbert, Michelle Obama talked on being a mother, leaving the White House, as well as giving electoral advice. Michelle gave an account of how her mother had taught her to have a voice including and how this has helped her raise her daughters. 

“I had to beg the housekeepers…these girls have to learn how to clean their rooms and make their beds and do their laundry,” she said. 

 

When asked about the future, the audience echoed “President!” but Michelle made it known that she had no interest in the seat of power. Rather her aim is to help with mentoring the next generation of political aspirants.

Throughout her tour, and book review sittings, the former First Lady, made iconic fashion statements from rocking stunning suits to donning classic dresses and shoes.