Jill Biden repeats blue lemon print dress as Joe Biden stops to pick dandelion for her, fans say ‘bellissimo’

The first lady looked beautiful on Thursday, April 29, in the short-sleeve, powder blue lemon print dress as she accompanied President Biden leaving the White House for a trip to Georgia to celebrate his first 100 days in office


                            Jill Biden repeats blue lemon print dress as Joe Biden stops to pick dandelion for her, fans say ‘bellissimo’
Jill Biden wore the same lemon print dress that she had worn while speaking at an International Women of Courage Award ceremony in March (R) (Getty Images)

Jill Biden wore the same lemon print dress on Thursday, April 29, that she had put on while speaking at an International Women of Courage Award ceremony in March. However, her fans couldn't get enough of her outfit.

The first lady looked beautiful in a short-sleeve, powder blue lemon print dress as she accompanied President Biden leaving the White House for a trip to Georgia to celebrate his first 100 days in office. Jill completed the summer look with a matching belt, yellow high heels, and loose hair, the Daily Caller reported.

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Besides her outfit grabbing headlines, the couple also drew attention after President Biden stopped on his way to Marine One, bent down, and picked a dandelion for his beloved wife. It was a picture-perfect moment, and photographers captured Joe picking the flower off the grass and handing it to his wife. Jill gladly accepted the romantic gesture and carried it with her to the helicopter.

U.S. President Joe Biden picks a dandelion for first lady Jill Biden as they walk to Marine One on the Ellipse near the White House on April 29, 2021, in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)

Online, people gushed at the first lady's outfit and showered praise on her designer. "This for Jill Biden's stylist and for Jill Biden's stylist only: you are amazing. that light blue and lemon outfit is Bellissimo," one tweeted.

"Never mind the flower. Dr. Biden’s dress and matching face mask giving me serious Ms. Frizzle vibes in the best possible way," another added. "There are only two people that can wear that lemon dress, Jill Biden and Alice from Wonderland. Two tiny, cute blondes. You have other attributes - too numerous to mention," a third wrote.



 



 



 

That said, this wasn't the first time Jill wore the lemon print outfit. During her appearance at the State Department's International Women of Courage Award ceremony in March, the 69-year-old FLOTUS wore the same dress, which was markedly similar to the one Meghan Markle, 39, wore to Spotify's Stream On event the previous month. 

Jill's speech at the March event came just one day after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex sat down with Oprah Winfrey for their tell-all interview. And while the first lady did not directly address the bombshell developments in her speech, social media users were convinced she had used her fashion to make a statement.

"I'm choosing to believe Flotus Jill Biden wore this Oscar de la Renta in solidarity with #MeghanMarkle," one person tweeted. "@FLOTUS wore this @OscardelaRenta dress for her event today. Meghan Markle wore the similar version last month," another wrote, adding, "I don't believe in coincidences."



 



 

Having said that, the FLOTUS also turned heads on Wednesday night when she showed up in a black floral dress for her husband's first address to a joint session of Congress. It was similar to the dress she had worn on Biden's inauguration night.

First lady Jill Biden waves as she arrives for the speech by U.S. President Joe Biden to a joint session of Congress in the House chamber of the U.S. Capitol on April 28, 2021, in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)

Jill accompanied Joe to the speech at the U.S. Capitol wearing a navy version of the cream Gabriela Hearst evening dress she wore after her husband entered the White House in January. The outfit by the famous Uruguayan designer, who is known to work with pre-existing fabrics, featured floral embroidery, sheer overlay, and a matching navy mask

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