Wearing that Nina McLemore suit, 2010. Her campaign wardrobe is estimated to have cost $200,000, funded out of her own pocket.
Hillary and Bill Clinton in 1992. Clinton has a strong sense of bold fashion, she cannot beat Michelle Obama in terms of her style icon status.
Clinton in Armani suit, a strong, powerful Democratic nominee who is confident with her image and wardrobe.
Clinton in her power jackets and has worn dresses styled by Ralph Lauren, Andrew GN and Armani that give her an authoritative, professional and business like look.
She may be a woman in a man’s world, but cross her at your peril. It might be simple, but she is wearing a trouser and each time she wears them she is trying to reinforce her statement.
Fashion stylists would tell the importance of colours to determine people’s perception about you. Clinton has replaced most her suits with bold colours. The decision to wear a white Ralph Lauren trouser suit to the presidential debate last month was to give the best first impression.
Wearing a scarf in Denver Colorado, Clinton has an edge over the confident use of accessories. Her team of stylists have added Mikimoto pearls, Chanel pins, silk neck scarves and necklaces by Marco Bicego, Joan Hornig and Robert Lee Morris to give her the confident, self-assured look.
Clinton’s campaign footwear has consisted of low-heeled Manolo Blahnik pumps. Simple, stylish and non-assuming. The inside message being, she ready for some serious business.
Hillary is rumored to have “Veep” make-up artist Barbara Lacy on the check list and there’s no doubt, she looks better than ever. Of course it’s all about the ‘no make-up’ look, and while she’s wearing more second skin, it’s not noticeable.
Shorter, softer and just the right shade of blonde. The golden highlights go well with her skin tone giving her a youthful look.
Subtle but powerful dressing style of Hillary Clinton to prove who is the boss