Michelle Obama Wears Manolo Blahnik For Singapore State Visit

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama hosted the prime minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong, and his wife at the White House on Tuesday. This is the first time a Singapore prime minister has visited in 30 years.

During Tuesday’s events with the prime minister and his wife, the first lady wore a sunny yellow Naeem Khan lace-cutout floral dress from the resort ’17 collection and a pair of Manolo Blahnik Zuolianda nude patent leather sandals. This particular Manolo Blahnik style is no longer available.

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Michelle Obama wearing a yellow Naeem Khan dress and Manolo Blahnik Zuolianda sandals.
CREDIT: AP Images.
Manolo Blahnik Zuolianda Sandals Michelle Obama
Manolo Blahnik Zuolianda sandals.
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After wearing her heels for a bit, the first lady changed into a pair of bronze metallic flats for the afternoon activities.

Michelle Obama Singapore State Dinner
Michelle Obama changed into these metallic flats for the visit’s afternoon activities.
CREDIT: AP Images.

For the evening’s State Dinner, she wore a strapless, cream-colored Brandon Maxwell gown that concealed her sandals.

Michelle Obama Singapore State Dinner
Michelle Obama’s Brandon Maxwell gown concealed her sandals.
CREDIT: AP Images.

This isn’t the first time Mrs. Obama has opted for Manolo Blahnik heels during a state visit. When Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, visited in March, she wore a Jason Wu gown and Manolo Blahnik silver Chaos sandals.

Michelle Obama White House State Dinner Manolo Blahnik Sandals
Michelle Obama, in a Jason Wu gown and Manolo Blahnik sandals, with President Barack Obama.

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