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Michelle Obama Serves Style On Our Best-Dressed List

FLOTUS, FTW.

Is it just us, or is Michelle Obama's style even more on point than usual these days? Last week, FLOTUS wowed at the state dinner and this week, she stormed SXSW in one of her best looks yet.

And she wasn't the only star who served style this week. Naomi Watts shone in a sparkly Derek Lam ensemble, Kerry Washington was the perfect mix of sugar and spice and Emma Roberts took casual dressing to a new level.

Check out the best-dressed stars of the week and let us know which one is your favorite.

Get on board with pinstripes.
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Michelle Obama in 3.1 Phillip Lim: As much as we love FLOTUS in bright, bold hues, we really like this trendy pinstripe dress. The linen fabric makes it appropriate for late March and we love how the sleeveless silhouette shows off her famous guns.
You can mix sexy and sweet.
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Kerry Washington in Dolce & Gabbana: Here, Washington has managed to find the perfect mix of sweet and sexy. The cutesy silhouette of her dress and the button details are very feminine, but her bright lipstick and messy 'do add an edge to the look.
Don't be afraid to shine (literally).
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Naomi Watts in Derek Lam: Head-to-toe sparkles aren't for the faint of heart, but Watts has been taking style risks lately -- and this one is paying off. The color-contrasting top and bottom ensure that this isn't too much, as do the open toed shoes and her simple beauty look.
Wear color, it's almost spring!
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Duchess of Cambridge in Eponine London: It's so nice to see the duchess in a little bit of color -- it reminds us that spring is coming. She is very on trend in her matching separates, which are tailored to perfection, per usual.
Mix fabrics.
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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Galvan:Now this is a good twist on a jumpsuit. Not only do we love the rich navy color, but the off-the-shoulder satin crepe detail really sets it over the top.
It's OK to dress down.
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Emma Roberts in Thakoon and Atea Oceanie: Not every red carpet outfit needs to be fancy -- sometimes casual is the way to go. Roberts looks pulled together and professional, without looking too dressed up. Her cute crop top accents her cropped pants.
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