America’s first lady, Dr. Jill Biden, has been making fashion statements for years. These are some of her standout style moments over the years.
Over the years, first lady fashion choices have become increasingly considered. Fashion has become a means to make a statement about social issues and ideologies.
While First Lady Of The United States (FLOTUS) Dr. Jill Biden isn’t new to the world of politics and the preying eyes that come with being a public figure, now more than before, all eyes are on the teacher. Style included. Here are some of Biden’s best fashion moments over the years.
Election Night Party 2008
At the 2008 election night party in, Biden, then the incoming second lady, stood out in a green skirt suit and a pair of nude heels.
At the second inauguration of then-president Barack Obama, Biden wore a Lela Rose dress and a gray coat with a pair of gray boots to match.
Attending her second inaugural ball in 2013, Biden went for a stunning silky blue Vera Wang gown, sinched at the waist with a black belt.
Lately, we’ve come to see FLOTUS sporting colorful floral prints. However, for a state visit in 2015, dressed in a black-and-white knitted jacquard dress by Vivienne Tam and bright yellow heels.
Biden attended the Academy Awards show in 2016 with her daughter, Ashley Biden, wearing a sleek black number with black heels to match.
Bringing in some of her signature floral prints, in 2016, Biden attended the USO gala in a red, floor-length gown with floral cutouts.
The Presidential Debate
For a presidential debate in 2020, Biden wore a dress called the Kelley from Gabriela Hearst. The dress is made from recycled materials, and she paired this item of sustainable fashion with a pair of Valentino heels.
A Drive-In Rally
Biden wore an eye-catching colorful floral dress for a drive-in campaign event in Florida in 2020. She paired the dress with a matching purple mask written “Vote” in bold white.
COVID-19 Memorial Service
The color purple has been a popular choice for women in politics lately. The day before the inauguration, Biden opted for a purple wrap coat and dress from Jonathan Cohen.