Hillary Clinton power dressing

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has been displaying patriotism throughout the famous presidential debates. Her style defines classic power dressing. She subtly chose red, blue, and white pantsuits designed by the American designer Ralph and Lauren. All the colors of the American flag. The Clinton- Lauren fashion collaboration have undoubtedly created an elegant fashion statement.




During the first debate, she chose to put on a bold red suit designed by Ralph Lauren. She paired her ensemble with Miu Miu kitten heels and a necklace by American jewelry designer Julie Vos. Clinton looked fiery head-to-toe. Possibly a sign that she is ready to take on the reins as the next President.

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Hillary Clinton power dressing

During the second debate she chose a navy blue wool double-faced pantsuit with a cream shawl collar and cream wool top from Ralph and Lauren. Her hair was styled in delicate waves and her make-up was light and pretty, with a pop of red for lips.

Hillary Clinton Power Dressing




At the third and last debate Hillary Clinton chose a wool crepe curved front jacket with horn buttons cascading down the front with matching wool crepe pants. She styled it with silver orb earrings and black kitten heels. She carried it off with subtle makeup bold pink lips and slight hint of a cat eye.

Hillary Clinton Power Dressing

She portrayed a very strong message with her power dressing. She proved she is a very solid first ever woman presidential challenger for the White House. We now know Hillary Clinton is a pantsuit connoisseur. She has ditched the quintessential knee-length jackets for crisp, tailored suits by Ralph Lauren. If elected, we predict that she’ll style herself more in Ralph and Lauren suits, and support young American designers as well.

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