06/29/2016 at 08:31 PM ET
Though Spain is a country that President Obama has not yet visited (he’ll be going July 9), the most important ladies in his life touched down in Spain on Wednesday. Michelle, Malia and Sasha – along with grandmother Marian Robinson – made fashionably elegant exits off their Air Force aircraft as they were welcomed at the Torrejon Air Force Base in Madrid for the final stop on their six-day international trip to promote the Let Girls Learn initiative.
FLOTUS looked chic in another Proenza Schouler design, this time wearing a sleeveless long wrap dress with tie detail and hidden side snap button closure. The mother of two accessorized her easy summer look with gold hoop earrings and nude espadrilles. The night before, Obama stunned in a floral navy and white Proenza Schouler wrap dress when the fashionable family landed in Morocco.
Obama’s teenage daughters and her mother all opted for patterned ensembles. Malia, 17, chose a olive and white striped wrap dress by Nasty Gal. The future Harvard student may be returning to Spain soon as she is planning to do a summer internship at the U.S. Embassy, according to ABC España.
Meanwhile, Sasha, 15, selected a sleeveless grey and white herringbone dress. And lastly, the first grandmother also donned a bright pattern bright ikat print.
On Thursday, the first lady will deliver a speech to hundreds of girls and young women, and will be sharing stories of girls she had met in Liberia and Morocco through Let Girls Learn. After her speech, Obama will meet with Queen Letizia to discuss more about the initiative aimed at helping girls obtain a quality education.
FLOTUS was joined by Meryl Streep and Freida Pinto in Morocco on Tuesday for a panel discussion with local girls about the importance of education. The Obamas landed in Morocco on Monday evening, where they were greeted by King Mohammed VI’s wife, Princess Lalla Salma. And earlier that day, the family was in Liberia, where the first lady visited Camp GLOW (Girls Leading Our World), a girls’ leadership camp sponsored by the Peace Corps.
– Karen Mizoguchi