After dancing in Johannesburg wearing ASOS Africa, picking a pair of ensembles for her day in Soweto and doing push-ups in Duro Olowu with Desmond Tutu, Michelle Obama was off to Botswana on Friday with her suitcase full of suitable ensembles.
She stepped off the plane in Gaborone in a vibrant Jean Paul Gaultier pantsuit paired with the Kerala reverse wrap belt by Tory Burch. She made a quick outfit change into her Rachel Roy knit jacket, white capris and sneakers before painting murals at the Botswana-Baylor Adolescent Center. Then, it was one more look for dinner -- a beaded collar jacket by ASOS Africa (available here for $41.37), a Duro Olowu scarf, black leggings and flats.
On Saturday, the Obama gals set out for a safari in the Madikwe Game Reserve. The first lady picked a neutral palette topped off with her fringed Prova scarf. And on Sunday, Michelle bid Botswana adieu, heading home in a cropped trenchcoat over a yellow sweater, black trousers and flats and her square-framed sunglasses.
Take a look at Michelle in Botswana and tell us what you think.