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Tonight the American people cast their votes to re-elect President Barack Obama. But, of course, both parties came prepared to take the White House, and Ann Romney stepped out looking poised and ready to take on the role of FLOTUS in Republican red.
While Michelle Obama made sure to note on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that she and Barack voted early this year, Mitt and Ann Romney hit the polling station today in Belmont, Massachusetts to cast their ballots. Blue state, blue coat seemed to be Ann’s modus operandi for the day, even if we can be pretty sure she didn’t match her vote to her ensemble.
Now that you’ve taken some time to peruse Michelle Obama‘s campaign style, let’s move a little to the right and take a look at Ann Romney‘s sartorial showing throughout the race.
The Romneys hit the campaign trail yesterday to try and convince the undecided to vote for Mitt come November 6 (the countdown to election day begins!) And while we’ve seen many a bad outfit from Ann, we like what the FLOTUS hopeful was wearing this time.
Is Ann Romney learning the hard way not to mess with Anna Wintour?
The final round of Presidential Debate Fashion Face-Off went down last night in Boca Raton, Florida — along with, you know, the final Presidential Debate — and this time Michelle Obama and Ann Romney matched not in color, as they did last week in blinding fucsia, but in silhouette. And while the debate may have dealt with the topic of foreign policy, both the FLOTUS and the FLOTUS-hopeful were all about keeping it domestic, designer-wise.
If there is one bipartisan issue at tonight’s Presidential Debate, it’s that pink means power.
Ann Romney cooked up some Welsh cakes and hung out with a horse on the set of Good Morning America today, which she guest-hosted alongside George Stephanopoulos. At first we thought she had opted to repeat the Oscar de la Renta dress she wore for the Republican National Convention (her best outfit so far, in our humble opinion), but upon closer inspection today’s look was cinched with a sash and had a few extra buttons up the front. That’s not to say that was the last time you’ll see her in Oscar, however!
Until now, the most recognizable items Ann Romney has worn are a bold red Oscar de la Renta dress and an offensively expensive Reed Krakoff bird-printed top. Her style is fairly modest (leather experiments aside), and figuring out who designs her outfits has not been easy. Well, all that is changing, because we just learned the identity of Romney’s favorite designer.
Whether it was President Obama or Mitt Romney that won last night’s presidential debate is a matter for, well, debate (even if the media seems to have pretty much made their choice). But we’ll leave that to the political pundits and focus on the other contentious issue of the evening: the style choices.
There was a whole lot going on with the outfit Ann Romney wore yesterday on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. For one thing, it was leather. Leather! As you might imagine, not everyone was happy with this choice.
Ann Romney may have stepped up her style game last night at the Republican National Convention, but that doesn’t mean she’ll be appearing in the country’s preeminent fashion glossy any time soon.
Ann Romney picked a winning look for last night’s address at the Republican National Convention. The fiery red Oscar de la Renta shirtdress, paired with gold jewelry, black low-heeled sandals, and a coiffed ‘do, won over many less-than-conservative critics today. This, of course, was especially important in a look that was no doubt far more calculated than her previous ensembles.
Despite receiving a lot of flak for wearing a $990 Reed Krakoff t-shirt back in May, Ann Romney still showed off her fashionable side during a recent trip to Iowa.