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The first lady rocks black leather pants

Michelle Obama took first lady style to new heights when she wore leather pants to the Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday. (Is this a first for a presidential wife? We think so.)Clad in a chic ensemble by American designer Wes Gordon — a metallic houndsooth tunic paired with edgy black bottoms  — Michelle looked as cool as the rock stars getting slimed on stage.Not to mention, it wa
Not afraid of fashion: First lady Michelle Obama wore hot leather pants at Nickelodeon's 25th annual Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles, California on March 31.
Not afraid of fashion: First lady Michelle Obama wore hot leather pants at Nickelodeon's 25th annual Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles, California on March 31.Mario Anzuoni / Reuters

Michelle Obama took first lady style to new heights when she wore leather pants to the Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday. (Is this a first for a presidential wife? We think so.)

Clad in a chic ensemble by American designer Wes Gordon — a metallic houndsooth tunic paired with edgy black bottoms  — Michelle looked as cool as the rock stars getting slimed on stage.

Dynamic duo: Taylor Swift poses for photographers with Michelle Obama.Charley Gallay/kca2012 / Getty Images Contributor
Michelle Obama and daughters Malia and Sasha pose with Big Time Rush singers (L-R) Carlos Pena, Kendall Schmidt, Logan Henderson and James Maslow.Christopher Polk/kca2012 / Getty Images

Not to mention, it was a family affair: the first daughters were decked out in hot brand ASOS. Malia Obama wore a detailed leather Obi belt ($35.81), while Sasha was decked out in a flare dress with a chic, mono pattern ($75.20).

The family that's stylish together sure seems to smile together:

Family fashion first: Sasha, Michelle and Malia were all smiles at Nickelodeon's 25th Annual Kids' Choice Awards.Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images

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