The U.S. first lady Michelle Obama looked stunning in a peplum top and pants combination. She made an appearance at “The Late Show” hosted by Stephen Colbert Monday.
The 51-year-old looked gorgeous in a cleavage baring peplum blouse. The top featured a plunging V neckline and was sleeveless. The white number had floral patterns all over in a medley of colors.
She paired the gorgeous blouse with a pair of tight fitting black pants. The outfit showed off her toned arms and figure. She keeps herself fit by doing aerobics.
Michelle’s flawless makeup consisted of mascara, black eyeliner and a hint of lip gloss. Her brunette tresses were styled into her favorite glossy blowout. Her hair was kept in center-part and styled in curls. She also flashed her shiny white manicure.
The first lady shared a lot of exciting things with the audience. With about a year more at the White House for the U.S. President Barack Obama, Michelle wanted to indulge in something that she has not done in years. She wanted to drive with the windows rolled down and shop at Target.
“I also want to do little things like, you know, open a window. I want to go to Target! I want to drive!” she joked, much to the amusement of Colbert. Michelle recounted how one day as a treat, her lead agent let her have her windows rolled down on the way to Camp David.
She added that it was only for five minutes, but she enjoyed the fresh air. She admitted that they are not allowed to open their windows at the White House, due to security reasons.
She said that after her days at Washington DC are over, she will continue with her bucket list, her global girls’ education initiatives “Let Girls Learn”. Michelle avoided any controversial topics for discussion which included politics. Colbert brought up the matter that Laura Bush had left her a letter, when she came into White House. Asked if she would do the same if in case there was a female president next, Michelle said “yes.”
During the Chinese State Dinner, she stunned in an off-the-shoulder black custom Vera Wang gown. She was lauded for her style in the floor grazing confection that featured sheer sleeves and a tulle skirt, with a low-cut back and a deep-V detail on the neckline.