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First Lady of Fashion Michelle Obama Storms the U.K.

Michelle Obama Chris Jackson - WPA Pool/Getty Images; Daily Express/ZUMAPRESS.com; Irish Government - Pool /Getty Images; Crispin Rodwell/The Sun/Sipa Press; Felipe Trueba/UPPA/ZUMAPRESS.com; UPPA/ZUMAPRESS.com

Whether you're a fan of Michelle Obama's style or not, you've got to admit, the FLOTUS causes a fashion sensation wherever she goes.

And this week she's been rocking a lot of couture eye candy as she tours the United Kingdon with President Barack Obama.

Let's take a closer look at the clothes...

At a state dinner hosted by Queen Elizabeth II, the first lady looked effortlessly elegant in an off-white crisscross gown by Tom Ford with matching gloves, metallic clutch and updo. (Sure, she wore an American designer instead of British one, but she already rocked a highly controversial Alexander McQueen gown to another state dinner this year, remember?)

Obama chose a bright purple Preen suit with teal pumps when she landed in England, and a black and white printed Peter Som sheath with green belt and black jacket when she touched down in Ireland.

Touring Offaly, Ireland, Michelle donned a Marc Jacobs' polka-dot dress (Leighton Meester wore another version of this dress last year). She paired it with a tan coat, gold necklace and red patent ballet flats.

And her last two looks are a plum Roksanda Ilincic belted dress with Narciso Rodriguez coat and black flats—for a meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron—and a light-blue Barbara Tfank dress with pink coat and gray heels at Buckingham Palace.

Dayum, that's a helluva lot of wardrobe changes!

Of course, nothing beats the fabulous Ford gown. But Michelle's day outfits are bright and chic, too. Well, except for the pink-and-blue dress, which is the only fail.

What's your favorite look from Michelle's whirlwind trip across the pond so far? Weigh in below!

PHOTOS: Fashion Spotlight: Michelle Obama

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