Michelle Obama Is On Fire To Make This Week's Best Dressed List

05/01/2015 07:00 am ET | Updated May 03, 2015


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This week, there were many stylish A-listers who made our best-dressed list. Not only did each celeb look divine, but they also taught us some important style lessons along the way.

Scarlett Johansson showed us how to wear white before Memorial Day, Brooklyn Decker played with proportions and Michelle Obama rocked prints like a pro.

Check out our favorite looks of the week and let us know if you agree with our picks.

  • Don't be afraid to wear prints.
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    Michelle Obama in Thakoon: We aren't the least bit surprised to see FLOTUS on this list. Per usual, the first lady looked bright and cheery in this gorgeous printed dress. Her minimal makeup and neutral pumps help to ground the look and ensure it's not too busy.
  • You can totally wear white before Memorial Day.
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    Scarlett Johansson in Roland Mouret: Johansson looked as chic as ever arriving to the "Late Show with David Letterman" earlier this week. We love how she made her outfit daytime-appropriate by throwing on a pair of sunglasses and a warm camel coat. It definitely doesn't look like she's jumping the gun with her white dress since she kept her styling perfect for early spring.
  • Balance out a low neckline with a feminine silhouette.
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    Chanel Iman in Zuhair Murad: Iman looks like a modern-day princess at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. The neckline may be plunging, but the soft, elegant silhouette balances it out nicely. And that color is divine on her skin tone.
  • A playful neckline makes a black dress memorable.
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    Eva Longoria in Roland Mouret: Lately Longoria has been hitting it out of the park in curve-hugging dresses, and this is no exception. Though her dress could have been just another LBD, the interesting neckline adds a thoughtful visual element. We also love how her frock nips in at the waist, highlighting her most narrow part.
  • A dress with a slight sheen is attention-grabbing in the best possible way.
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    Michelle Monaghan in Prabal Gurung: Monaghan stole the show at the WHCD in this long, strapless gown. The slight sheen looked stunning on the red carpet, and the black detailing helped to break up the red fabric.
  • Balance out a voluminous top by showing off your legs.
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    Brooklyn Decker in Rosie Assoulin: This top might be a little polarizing, but we adore it. Not only has the model balanced out all the volume in her top by opting for a pair of shorts, but she also picked a great neckline to show off that amazing bob. She could have improved in the footwear department -- something less clunky, we think -- but the rest of her outfit is so on point, we're willing to overlook it.
  • Break up a printed dress with a cut-out.
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    Juana Acosta in Michael Kors: This gorgeous print could easily have been too much on the eyes, but the small amount of exposed skin, thanks to that brilliantly place cut-out, is breaking up the floral pattern and creating one stunning ensemble. She looks like a breath of spring.

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