I admire really strong women and Hillary Clinton is one of the women I respect. I think she would probably make a better president than even her husband.
As a rule, I don't think it is important that political women be fashion mavens- somehow it seems to detract from their message.
However with Hillary, the fact that fashion does not seem to feature remotely on her radar seems to also detract a little from her message. Everyone talks about her pants suits - this woman has not changed her wardrobe for 30 years, can she really talk about change?
Anna Wintour (US Vogue editor) was surprised to hear that Hillary Clinton, the only US female presidential candidate, snubs Vogue. Wintour believes that the days of the powersuit are over and that today's women can show their feminine side and still stand on equal ground with the men. Hillary's team don't seem to agree.
Admittedly, Hillary's suits do not flatter her figure and she could benefit from a little bit more shape but can you begin to imagine what would happen if Hillary was showing cleavage and legs? Perhaps, Hillary's feminine side will shine through...the day after the election.
See what happened after she cried....Your opinion please.