Michelle Obama Flaunts Curves in Blue Suit & Mesh Heels While at Oprah's 2020 Vision Tour
Michelle Obama showed off her figure in a blue Elie Saab pantsuit paired with edgy fishnet heels from Jimmy Choo, as she went to support her friend, Oprah Winfrey at her 2020 vision tour.
Michelle Obama is a public figure; having enjoyed the position of the first lady for two tenures, one significant thing that matters to her is the way she looks.
She's taken her time to contract her closet to Meredith Koop, one of the best stylists in town, and overtime has patronized brands like Jimmy Choo, Jason Wu, The Gap, Target, and Narciso Rodriguez.
Michelle Obama speaking during the Oslo, Norway leg of her "Becoming" book tour in April 2019. | Photo: Getty Images
Recently, she was spotted in a blue pantsuit with a matching colored top, which had details of striped colors in front of it. Michelle also donned jewelry from Lady Grey and a black Jimmy mules heels.
"I loved spending my Saturday with @oprah... When we make wellness a priority, we're better able to show up to all the areas of our lives."
Obama continued by revealing her wellness list, which ranges from a sound sleep, healthy diets, and workout sessions. The women seemed to connect on an intense cordial level as they both hugged and held each other's hands.
Oprah Winfrey even took to the gram to flaunt their friendliness as she uploaded a video showing the pair hugging each other.
Michelle's interest is not only in films but in music as she attended the 25th anniversary of the music festival in New Orleans.
Apart from airing her views on the gram or via talk shows, the former first lady has engaged in other projects since she left the office of the first lady.
Michelle has published a book titled "Becoming," and in collaboration with her husband, and a credible crew, she was able to produce a documentary titled "American Factory," which bagged an award at the Oscars.
The film had earned a recent award at the Sundance Film Festival, so it appears that a lot of work was put into the production of the documentary.
It centered on the diversity of the Chinese and African American culture, a story that Julia Reichert and Steven Bognar had fun interpreting due to the connection they had with the Obamas.
Michelle's interest is not only in films but in music as she attended the 25th anniversary of the music festival in New Orleans. As expected, she dressed to the nines and shared a heart to heart conversation with Gayle King onstage.
For Michelle Obama, leaving the confines of the White House meant wasn't the end of her appearance on the tabloids as she has continued to make the headlines with her numerous eye-catching attires.