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    Tadashi Shoji Blog

    Michelle Obama’s Best Tadashi Shoji Looks

    It’s hard to believe that soon First Lady Michelle Obama will no longer walk the halls of the White House. Her multiple appearances, whether at important diplomatic dinners or on the small screen, have been filled with glorious fashion turns. Tadashi Shoji has been blessed to have dressed the First Lady in many Tadashi Shoji designs. Let’s take a look back at the stylish moments when the First Lady became a Tadashi Shoji fan.


    The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

    New York

    April 2, 2015

    The First Lady appeared on the Tonight Show to jokingly dance with host Jimmy Fallon but she ditched the “mom” dance outfit and slipped into this black-and-white crochet and embroidered knit dress. Sheer accents on the shoulder and hem completed the perfectly polished look. The Tadashi Shoji graphic modern dress went on to become a bestseller. Check out her chic style in this video clip.



    Great Falls Elementary School

    Great Falls, Virginia

    April 28, 2015

    Michelle Obama visited the elementary school known for its long-running Japanese immersion program. The trip was made to commemorate the visit from Japanese First Lady Akie Abe who joined Obama. For the special occasion, the First Lady wore a Tadashi Shoji floral chiffon long sleeve dress. A similar style is available now in a long evening gown.




    White House State Dinner in honor of Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

    Washington, DC

    April 28, 2015

    After spending the day at an elementary school, Michelle Obama turned up the drama for the formal White House State Dinner later that evening. This time she wore a stunning purple feather motif embroidered gown from the Fall 2015 collection that also featured a full skirt and plunging neckline.




    45th Annual Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Phoenix Dinner

    Washington, DC

    September 19, 2015

    The First Lady walked on the stage of the 45th Annual Congressional Black Caucus Phoenix Awards Dinner in a sophisticated evening gown from the Tadashi Shoji Fall 2012 Runway Collection. The strapless gown featured alternating floral and sheer panels in black and marina. She accessorized with a simple bracelet, letting her famously toned arms be her arm candy.



    Launch of the 2016 Invictus Games

    Fort Belvoir, VA

    October 28, 2015

    Always a strong proponent of health issues, the First Lady joined His Royal Highness Prince Harry to launch the Paralympic sport event, the 2016 Invictus Games, in the United States. For the occasion, Obama selected this gorgeous peonies shirtdress with ¾ sleeves, in a stunning bold blue. The dress was converted into an A-line skirt and she paired the style with simple black pumps.