Jun 13, 2016

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Political Impact of Fashionable Personalities

A person who dresses properly often earn appreciation and respect. This is particularly true when a political candidate convey a political message to the audience. Fashionable personalities often get empathy and most of the time make him or her look strong. Thus, you surely know what a poorly-tailored jacket would earn from critics, right? So, here are some of the notable personalities who truly earned some nods from their fans and critics alike.

Rolled-Up Sleeves of Elizabeth Warren.

Aside from the rolled-up sleeves donned by Warren, her personality is also best described by it. By doing so, it is like she adopted a traditional appeal of male politicians signaling an intent to move from abstract political promises into serious business.


Shoddy Tailoring of Trump’s Clothing.

There is nothing special about the clothing of Donald Trump. In fact, they don’t look luxurious either. Perhaps it is how he communicate to people so the average voter can relate to him when he pounds his chest. This is how he intends to look in order to capture the attention of the ordinary individual.

Spangled Cardigan of Sarah Palin.

Perhaps one of the most distinguishable personality during the campaign for U.S. Presidency was Sarah Palin who happily endorsed Trump. She actually wore a skirt (black pencil) topped with a mini cardigan (black) glistening with stalactites thin as needles. Critics said it was just gaudy and kitschy which was not decorous nor safe. But this fulfilled what she wanted to convey that she has a politically disruptive nature.

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, right, endorses Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a rally at the Iowa State University, Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016, in Ames, Iowa. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

First Lady Costume of Melania Trump.

A glamorous personality of Trump’s wife did not have a profession based on looks. She doesn’t even dress up by way of defining herself just like all first ladies do. Her experimenting on clothes simply makes her a political spouse with intentionally discreet uniform. Perhaps this is how the couple would want to convey to the regular voters that they simply feel them.