Since President Joe Biden's glamorous inauguration in January, Dr. Jill Biden has stunned with her fashion choices. From cheery citrus-printed dresses to sleek blazers and pencil dresses, Jill has continued to bring sophistication and modern style to her looks.

And it was at that inauguration that the First Lady first tapped Dublin designer Laura Weber for her breathtaking outfit.

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Evoking the same appreciation for Ireland as her husband, Jill first wore the Irish designer's creations on the night of the couple's inauguration, dazzling onlookers in an ivory outfit by Gabriela Hearst.

She paired a chic ivory cashmere double-breasted coat with a matching wool and silk dress, both featuring floral embroidery at the hem of the coat and neckline of the dress.

The First Lady once again chose to wear the designer for another important day: the President's First speech to the joint session of Congress, given on President Biden's 100th day in office.

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This time, Jill opted for a silk and wool dress in a rich navy shade, with delicate embroidery in shades of pink, green and white across the bust and sleeves, both sheer. Featuring a striking tailored silhouette, knee length and full length sheer sleeves, it was a glamorous and romantic look.

As with her inauguration outfit, Jill matched her face covering to her dress, pairing it with a navy embroidered face mask. She accessorised with simple gold bangles and navy heels.

Even more impressive, the dress was entirely sustainable, made from repurposed materials, according to the designer.

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Writing on Instagram, she said: "The Silk Wool dress was made entirely of existing fabrics. Made and embroidered in New York. It was originally used to fit the inauguration one. The First Lady requested to salvage for another occasion. Double repurposed."

The Dublin designer, who runs her atelier in Manhatten in New York, shared her progress photos of the piece on Instagram, showing the colour pairing that goes into creating the minute floral designs.