Michelle Obama

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It was a three-peat for Michelle Obama's Prabal Gurung dress on Easter. The fashionable first lady, who is known for recycling her fab frocks, wore the designer's floral-print dress for the third time on Sunday during services at St. John's Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C.  

Mrs. Obama first rocked the delicate dress back in March 2010 at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History and again in June 2012, when hosting President George W. and Laura Bush at the White House. We can't say we blame her for reaching for the spring/summer 2010 frock yet again—florals are always a festive pick for the springtime holiday—and the Gurung dress features an understated yet elegant charcoal brush painted rose design. 

Indeed FLOTUS was in full bloom, wearing the designer's matching coat, which features the same rose print sprawling across the back. And it was a good thing she accessorized with the cover-up, too, given the fact that the first family got caught in a slight downpour during their walk through Lafayette Park to the church.

Fabulous and functional. We wouldn't expect anything less from the first lady of fashion.  

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