Michelle Obama dazzled the crowd at her final state dinner as first lady, in a floor-length rose gold chainmail gown, Daily Mail reports.
It was a 'bittersweet moment' for the Obamas on Tuesday as they welcomed Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his wife for an official visit and the final state dinner of the president's time in office.
Barack Obama had promised that they had 'saved the best for last.' And the first lady lived up to that promise with her stunning custom-made Atelier Versace dress.
She showed off her signature toned arms and completed the glamorous look with poker-straight locks.
The Obamas, greeted Renzi and his wife Agnese Landini - who also sparkled in a floor length, silver and gray gown - on the North Portico before accompanying them inside the White House for the final state dinner.
The final state dinner of Barack Obama's presidency featured a mix of guests from the worlds of fashion, politics, media, finance and the arts.