Michelle Obama

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FLOTUS, you've done it again!

Michelle Obama looked like the picture of springtime when she stepped out at the White House with President Barack Obama to welcome Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Washington this morning. The first lady sported a sunrise-printed coat and dress by Monique Lhuillier, which featured a cool watercolor ombré effect and light pastel hues. (So somewhere-over-the-rainbow chic!)

This look is definitely shooting up to the top of our FLOTUS favorites: It's light, summery and just structured enough to meet the occasion.

And ICYMI: This isn't Mrs. Obama's only pick from Lhuillier's spring 2015 offerings. Back in November, she attended the 2015 Kennedy Honors in an airy, light pink gown from the collection with a sheer overlay skirt and intricate beading. (Obviously the first lady knows what works for her.)

What do you think of Mrs. Obama's sunrise attire?
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