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Michelle Obama's International Style—See the Fashions From Her European Tour

Michelle Obama Sean Gallup/ARTUR WIDAK/AFP/Peter Macdiarmid/RONNY HARTMANN/Getty Images

Michelle Obama is staying neutral—at least when it comes to selecting outfits for her European tour.

The first lady toned down her signature bold color choices and instead opted for subdued browns and classic black and white combos.

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When first stepping off Air Force One in Ireland, FLOTUS topped her brown slacks and cream colored blouse with a chic Burberry trench coat. Then, while giving a speech at the G8 Summit, the first lady ditched her jacket revealing a stone statement necklace.

Later that day, she changed into a cheerful red and fuchsia top (couldn't leave all of her brights at home!) layered with a long black blazer and black pants.

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A few days later while touring a Holocaust memorial in Berlin with daughters Malia, 14, and Sasha, 12, President Barack Obama's wife opted for a simple two tone top with slim-fitting black pants.

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But her fashion pièce de résistance of the trip? A stunning Carolina Herrera dress with bow-adorned straps, which she wore while accompany her husband at a dinner in Berlin. The frock, while fancy, was silver and black and still in line with her neutral color scheme.

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