Michelle Obama Colors China Trip With Amazing Spring Fashion

The First Lady is turning heads in China with Spring wardrobe colors.
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Michelle Obama may have traveled to China with her daughters and their grandmother on serious business, but in what has become typical Michelle Obama style, she was looking pretty stylish while doing so.

With spring upon us, Mrs. Obama decided on bright, colorful prints to wear as she spent time in Asia with students and faculty. She even took time out to enjoy the opera.

The cut of the dress can be labelled as sophisticated and modest with the swirling design adding a modern touch with a hint of red to symbolize “good luck” according to the Chinese culture.

The First Lady went on to watch a Beijing Opera performance accompanied by her daughters Malia and Sasha later on that Saturday. For this event she wore another printastic wear consisting of a multicolored blouse with a horse print, charcoal gray trousers and hoop earrings. During the day Obama and Sasha put on their stunna shades to keep off the sun while a boat ride on Kunming Lake.

On Sunday she met with a group of students and teachers at the US embassy in Beijing now adopting a much straighter hairstyle and putting on a red and pink printed number that resembling Diane von Furstenberg dress.

Take a look at some of her incredible styles below.

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