As Hillary Clinton graces stage after stage during her 2016 presidential campaign, she’s sure to be wearing her signature look: the pantsuit.
Her campaign has even made light of her penchant for pantsuits by selling a t-shirt version of the trademark style. You can buy the “Everyday Pantsuit Tee” for $30.
The real thing will cost you a tad more, up to $1,400.
Jackets by designer Nina McLemore—who has sold Clinton many a pantsuit, according to Politico—will set buyers back between $500 and $1,000. Pants cost about $400.
The outspoken designer, who also dresses Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, and Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, is selling more than just clothes. She also encourages women to embrace fashion as a powerful communication tool.
“I personally think it’s hard for women to have charisma, where some men have it in spades. We can’t change the fact that we’re women, but we can put forth our best image for the result we want,” she told Politico.
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