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The Dress Michelle Obama Wore At The State Of The Union Is Totally Sold Out

The dress was sold out online by the end of the president's speech Tuesday night.

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First lady Michelle Obama looked stunning in this mid-length Narciso Rodriguez dress at the State of the Union address Tuesday night.

First Lady @MichelleObama wearing Narciso Rodriguez for the State of the Union Address #FLOTUS #NARCISORODRIGUEZ

People were floored when FLOTUS stepped out looking flawless in the bright-colored dress.

Michelle Obama dropped the mic with that beautiful dress before her husband even stepped in front of the podium. #SOTU

Me: nobody can pull off a bright yellow dress Michelle Obama: hello, its me

I am blown away by how stunning Michelle Obama is in her lovely goldenrod dress 😍

Some people just had to get that golden dress for themselves.

Again, I need to know where Michelle Obama got her dress.

Like, they really needed it.

I need info on that michelle Obama dress ASAP where do I get it? How much does it cost? U know what idgaf take my money

A few of them got pretty lucky.

FOUND IT: @FLOTUS in this @narcisostudio sheath. On sale, too.

The dress has been available for purchase since August. It typically costs $2,095, but was on sale for $628 — a 70% discount!

But by the end of President Obama's 58-minute speech, the dress was sold out online, a PR representative for Narcisco Rodriguez told BuzzFeed News.

@MichelleObama dress already sold out. #fashionicon #slaying #SOTU

Narciso Rodriguez's public relations spokesperson could not confirm to BuzzFeed News how many dresses were sold Tuesday night because the transactions went through third-party retailers, including Neiman-Marcus.

The dress is a part of the Cuban-American designer's fall 2015 collection. It's the second Narciso Rodriguez dress that Michelle Obama has worn to the State of the Union address.

She previously wore a dress by the designer to the 2009 State of the Union.

Leticia Miranda is a consumer affairs reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.

Contact Leticia Miranda at leticia.miranda@buzzfeed.com.

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