Hillary Clinton Has Worn Red, White, and Blue Ralph Lauren Suits to Major Campaign Events

Hillary Clinton at Sunday night's presidential debate. (Photo: Getty Images)
Hillary Clinton at Sunday night’s presidential debate. (Photo: Getty Images)

As of late, Hillary Clinton has been serving us U.S.A. realness in the fashion department. For Sunday night’s second presidential debate, she continued the tradition, turning out in a navy blue suit with a white collar and matching top. The outfit came courtesy of Ralph Lauren, who also designed the bold red suit the presidential hopeful wore for the first debate, as well as the white suit she wore to accept her party’s nomination at the Democratic National Convention. She also wore a Ralph Lauren suit to a campaign rally on Roosevelt Island.

With this three-peat, the New York Times wonders if Lauren will be Clinton’s ride-or-die designer for the rest of the election season — or possibly, if she wins, through her tenure in the White House.

Clinton is said to be consulting with Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour this election season on her wardrobe, and it looks like Wintour’s strategy is to steer the candidate toward American designers, unlike her opponent Donald Trump, who reportedly is a fan of the European Brioni label.

But now that Clinton has worn a red suit, a white one, and a navy blue number with touches of white, what does that mean for the upcoming third debate? Perhaps she’ll turn up the patriotism to 11 with an ensemble featuring all three hues.

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