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Michelle Obama is here for our girls.

The first lady arrived with daughters Sasha and Malia beginning a three-country trip to focus on the millions of girls that are currently not in school and in need of an education. The initiative has been dubbed “Let Girls Learn.”

Beginning in Liberia, Michelle arrived with her daughters and visited a women’s education program.

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Michelle looked stunning in a brightly patterned sleeveless dress, showing off her well-toned arms. She wore minimal makeup and her hair was parted down the middle.

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The 52-year-old announced that the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is dedicating up to $27 million to educational programs in Liberia, as well as expanding the “Let Girls Learn” Peace Corps Program.

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After leaving Liberia, she landed in Marrakech and was greeted by Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco on Tuesday. Michelle was spotted at the Menara Airport in a $1750 Proenza Schouler black and white printed crepe dress.

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Joining forces with actresses Meryl Streep and Freida Pinto, our first lady spoke with women in Marrakesh regarding the challenges girls around the world have when attempting to earn an education. Sticking to her patterned outfits, she wore a three-fourths sleeve dress. She sported a natural makeup look again and wore her hair with a side part.

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In another quick outfit change, she put on a black-and-white, paisley-patterned dress for dinner with Princess Lalla, her daughters, Freida, and Meryl.

Michelle made a true style statement with fun patterns and bold prints for her trip to promote education amongst girls in Africa. I love that her daughters seem to have her fashion sense, donning patterned dresses as well.

The Obamas will finish their three-country trip in Spain.

PHOTO CREDIT: Getty

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