Michelle Obama Wears Kenzo In Japan, Makes Traveling In Style Look So Effortless

US First Lady Michelle Obama (R) walks toward the motorcade upon her arrival at Haneda International Airport in Tokyo on March 18, 2015. Michelle Obama arrived in Japan for a three-day visit, as part of a drive to promote girls' education around the world. AFP PHOTO / TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA (Photo credit should read TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA/AFP/Getty Images)
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No one can deny that Michelle Obama is incredibly stylish and honestly, she's just effortlessly cool. Whether she's challenging Ellen to a dance-off or posting awesome #TBT photos on Instagram, Mobama knows how to stay in touch, while still looking classy. It was no different today when the first lady landed wearing Kenzo in Japan.

FLOTUS has had quite the style story since her husband took office in 2008. She's caused a few stirs with her fashion choices, including being criticized by the CFDA back in 2011 for wearing a non-American designer to a state dinner. Despite the criticism, however, the first lady appears to continually stick to her signature elegant, classic style wearing designers such as Jason Wu and J. Mendel. 

Obama wore another spectacular designer today when she stepped off the plane in Japan. The stylish first lady looked radiant in a lime green Kenzo dress paired with simple, black heels. She accessorized the frock with a wide belt around her waist. The dress featured a full skirt a la 1950s fashion and a large print which her simple accessories helped to pair down. FLOTUS always manages to look flawless, and with this latest ensemble, it seems like that won't be changing anytime soon.

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