Michelle Obama looked stunning in a multi colored printed dress when she visited Washington D.C.’s Union Market to speak to adolescent girls on behalf of the Let Girls Learn initiative on International Women’s Day Tuesday. The First Lady of the U.S. before starting off with her speech on the occasion, paid rich tribute to former first lady Nancy Reagan who died on Sunday. The 51-year-old also celebrated one-year anniversary of the initiative.

The mother-of-two’s silk dress featured a splash of colors including deep mauve, blue and yellow. The knee-length dress also had a high neck, short sleeves and a flared, pleated skirt. The dress highlighted Flotus’s toned arms and legs and her slim waistline.

Michelle accessorized with mauve drop earrings, a delicate bracelet and ring. Her make-up was flawless with lots of mascara, eyeliner and smoky eyes. She completed her look with a slick of glossy pink lips.

Her dark locks were kept in a deep side part and styled in loose waves. Michelle paired her short dress with a pair of navy pointed toe pumps. Meanwhile, Flotus tagged along with renowned street artist Mr Brainwash ad made a host of hearts in honor of her Let Girls Learn movement.

The mural as well as the event was hosted by the artist and his manager, Josh Rabbany along with assistance from the White House. Wearing a couture dress, Michelle with a spray paint in hand, made a heart and signed her name.

She met lots of girls to stress the importance of education. She also gave an empowering speech on why she was so passionate about the cause. Flotus has been supporting women’s education since long.

Education of adolescent girls is close to Michelle’s heart as 62 million girls in the world do not have access to education. Her team took to Twitter and tweeted highlights from the entire day. Meanwhile, Flotus also suggested feminine hygiene brand Always to have “a girl studying emoji.” The company responded with a girl student and a graduate, they also went a step further and created a personalized emoji of the first lady herself.