Michelle Obama looks at the inaugural gown designed by Jason Wu that she wore to the inaugural balls and is now on display at the Smithsonian Museum of American History.
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For four years, First Lady Michelle Obama has wowed the world with her daring fashion choices. And unlike other well-dressed White House residents before her, she doesn’t favor a single designer — like Jacqueline Kennedy and Oleg Cassini. From her controversial 2008 election-night ensemble by Narciso Rodriguez to 2009’s surprising white inaugural gown by the then-26-year-old Jason Wu, she’s championed young American designers and isn't afraid to take risks. Which only makes the wait to see her dress for Monday’s Inaugural Ball all the more exciting. And while she'll likely go custom for Monday night's celebrations, here are 10 looks we'd like to see her try, featuring some of her favorite designers, plus a little bit of wishful thinking. Here’s to four more fashionable years, Mrs. O.