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PHOTOS: Hello Yellow! First Women Color-Coordinate In Rio

HUFFINGTONPOST.COM - The Obamas are on the move! After arriving in Brasilia, Brazil Saturday morning, meeting with youth ambassadors, and wearing exciting outfits along the way, they headed to Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff at the Palacio do Alvorada, her official residence. Then it was off to Rio de Janeiro, where the first lady and daughters stepped off the plane in what appeared to be color-coordinated yellow outfits. Outstanding!

The Obamas --Malia, Sasha, Marian "First Granny" Robinson included-- touched down in Brazil on Saturday, and based on the outfits the first lady and her daughters have worn so far, it would seem that fun is the name of the game.

For their departure from the White House on Friday night, 12-year-old Malia sported beige booties, a polka-dot skirt, a military green jacket, and a pink tote bag for the flight. 9-year-old Sasha complemented her sister in a polka dot trench, red shoes, and a tie-dyed tote. Mrs. Obama wore a snazzy black leather jacket.

When they touched down in Brasilia some hours later, the family emerged in a range of playful prints (except for the president, who wore a dark suit). Malia looked a little more business, topping of her dress with a navy blazer. And all three Obama women were wearing an armful of bracelets and bangles.

Later in the day, the family joined forces with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff (herself the recent recipient of an extreme makeover). The first lady had changed into a metallic suit, later removing the jacket to speak before 50 Brazilian youth ambassadors in a sexy one-shouldered dress. Scroll down for a report on the event.

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