Yesterday the First Family participated in a day of service to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King. They served at DC Central Kitchen.
First Lady Michelle Obama toured the Gary Comer Youth Center with the partners of the G8 leaders, including the lovely Valérie Trierweiler. The mission of the Center is to help students graduate from high school. Mrs. Obama wore a classy cap sleeved v-neck tan dress with gold pumps for the occasion.
First Lady Michelle Obama has lunch with students at Parklawn Elementary School in Alexandria, Va., Jan. 25, 2012. The First Lady and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack visited the school to sample a healthy meal that meets the United States Department of Agriculture’s new and improved nutrition standards for school lunches. (Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy)
First Lady Michelle held an event at Parklawn Elementary School with Rachael Ray and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack in her continuing quest to improve the health of our nation's children.
The First Lady had lunch at Parklawn in recognition of their efforts to serve nutritious food in the cafeteria. For the occasion she wore a cute argyle sweater and a single strand of pearls.
Michelle and Dr. Jill Biden traveled to Saint Louis to hang out with soldiers at the first game in the World Series as part of their Joining Forces initiative.
The President and First Lady returned from receiving the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo Norway on Friday afternoon. For the trip back, Mrs. Obama wore a black and camel dress and matching jacket with tall, brown-leather boots. Mrs. O informs us that the outfit was designed by Narciso Rodriguez and was originally worn during the “We Are One” concert, which was part of the inauguration festivities in January.
Last week the President and First Lady held an event at the White House to get kids excited about space. The First Lady looks stylish in a blue Zero + Maria Cornejo jacket with half-length sleeves and tan pants.