Michelle Obama and daughters Sasha Obama and Malia Obama touched down in Venice last week in summer dresses. While Michelle wore a red shirtdress, Malia sported a short navy blue frock, and Sasha was dressed in a structured white top and monochrome skirt. It has been a busy week for the family, who also spent time in London, with the U.S. first lady promoting her Let Girls Learn partnership.

In Milan, the Obamas visited the Piazza del Duomo and lit candles in memory of the victims of the shooting in South Carolina. FLOTUS was also pictured in the Milan suburb Rho, where she met with Italy’s first lady, Agnese Landini, in a slim-fitting black frock featuring multihued stripes. Her silver ankle-strap sandals were striking, as she is always seen in her favorite black Jimmy Choo pumps, according to E! News.

She stepped off the plane in Milan on Wednesday wearing a fitted black top with a bright pink-and-yellow printed skirt by British designer Duro Olowu. She accessorized with gold jewelry and black pumps. Daughters Malia and Sasha Obama kept it more understated in neutral hues.

The next day, the FLOTUS chose another standout patterned look. She wore a multicolored zigzag printed knee-length Missoni shift dress. She matched her look with metallic block-heeled sandals, while flashing her yellow pedicure during a visit to the U.S. Pavilion at the Milan Expo.

Friday, she arrived in Venice donning a vibrant red cotton-poplin Michael Kors dress. It is the first American designer she’s opted for during her Europe trip. Her daughters, meanwhile, were clad in navy and white. The threesome headed to an event for the Blue Star Families’ Books on Bases program, where they read aloud to U.S. military children and their parents who are stationed overseas.

They were joined by Michelle’s mother, Marian Robinson. The family were visiting soldiers and their families stationed in Italy as part of their European tour. They spent time with soldiers and their families at the U.S. Army Garrison Vicenza, taking time to thank them for their service and pose for pictures. The trip is part of Obama's Joining Forces initiative, which urges and encourages all Americans to rally around military members and their families.