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The cute (and affordable) dress Malia Obama wore in Cuba is still available

Michelle Obama loves a good designer dress — and she looks incredible in them — but she’s also known for wearing decidedly low-priced duds from retailers like Target.

It looks like her daughters are following in her well-heeled footsteps. Malia Obama was spotted wearing an ASOS dress during the first family’s historic trip to Cuba. The ASOS Dity Floral Skater Dress features a contrasting floral top and skirt for the affordable price of $48.

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And it’s still available — as of now — but you’ll have to act quickly as only a couple of sizes are left.

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Image: ASOS

Malia paired the dress with some cute white platform sneakers — a totally on-trend (and ’90s throwback) look that’s an example of how she’s evolved fashion-wise as she’s grown through her teenage years in the White House.

She’s had a great teacher; the FLOTUS’ personal style has been closely watched over the years, all starting with the white Jason Wu gown she wore during the 2008 Inaugural Ball. It’s easy to argue that she’s the most fashionable first lady ever — even more than Jackie O — thanks to her approachable style.

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“We get the very strong feeling that if Michelle loves a dress it isn’t because it comes with a high price tag – it’s because it makes her happy or feel good,” Mandi Norwood, author of Michelle Style, told Marie Claire. “For so many years, women have felt that they have to spend a lot of money and wear designer labels to be truly stylish. Not so, says Michelle Obama, who proves you can dress from Talbots, Gap, J Crew, White House Black Market and look completely on point fashion-wise.”

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Now it’s Malia’s time to turn heads sartorially — and she’s off to a fabulous start.

Before you go, check out our slideshow below:

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Image: Scott Olson/Getty Images ; Olivier Douliery/Getty Images

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