04/30/2015 10:19 EDT | Updated 04/30/2015 10:59 EDT

Michelle Obama Looks Regal In Purple Gown At White House State Dinner

The FLOTUS' latest stunning gown is fit for a queen.

Michelle Obama's gown game is on point!

The FLOTUS attended the State Dinner in honour of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife, Akie Abe, on Tuesday at the White House looking regal as ever.

She opted for a brilliant purple Tadashi Shoji gown featuring feathery lace embroidery and a frothy layered tulle skirt. The bodice featured a V-neckline and no sleeves, accentuating her famously toned arms.

The First Lady kept her makeup looking natural, letting her radiant complexion shine, and wore her hair in a low bun with a few tendrils left down, framing her face.

Simply elegant!

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