Former First Lady Michelle Obama has been laying low recently, but she recently made an appearance at the 2017 ESPY Awards — and it was a super-stylish one at that. (Of course, let’s be honest, do we expect anything but next-level glam from her?)
Obama took the stage at the ESPYs to pay tribute to the late Eunice Kennedy Shriver, who founded the Special Olympics in 1968. While honoring Shriver with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award, Obama received a standing ovation from the audience members who were undoubtedly moved by her speech.
But it wasn’t just her words that caught the eye of other attendees — her outfit was something to talk about as well. The former first lady wore a head-turning LBD by Cushnie et Ochs, and the style is definitely something worth noting. The dress boasted long sleeves, a hemline just below the knee, and one of the most unique necklines we’ve ever seen. Instead of your regular v-neck, the black dress contained a cutout piece of fabric that draped across her collarbone, creating a zig-zag effect that we’re dying to replicate. She finished off the look with strappy black shoes, and bold dangling earrings by Jennifer Fisher. We’re pretty sure that Obama’s outfit was also pretty award-worthy, and she’s definitely giving a whole new meaning to the idea of the little black dress.
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