The First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama wore a dotted rose-print sleeveless A-line Spring frock on her and President Barack Obama‘s historic trip to Cuba on Sunday.
It is the first time in decades that a sitting president has visited the communist island that is still under Fidel Castro’s rule.
President Obama and his long-suffering wife, Michelle landed in Havana on a rainy afternoon to muted applause from the hand-picked Cuban delegates.
The rose print frock is made out of a polyester/cotton/acetate blend with acetate/polyester lining. It features a fluted A-line skirt with a hidden back zipper.
“She choose a perfect dress for her visit to Cuba, the print is decidedly warm friendly upbeat and the shape is classic, sophisticated and appropriate,” stylist Gretta Monahan tells the Daily News.
The dress is also available at Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue.
The things Mrs. Obama will miss the most about leaving the White House in December are all the freebies and hand outs she received from her fashion designer friends.