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Sarah Palin joined the team at Fox News this evening to weigh in on the still ongoing election. Though the former governor has made both some sartorial missteps during her last few television appearances, tonight Palin opted for a classic blazer in her go-to color, red, a textured new ‘do with plenty of volume, and a heavy swipe of high-shine lip gloss.
Sarah Palin just landed a book deal, and for some inexplicable reason, she’s writing about fitness.
We have to discuss Sarah Palin‘s getup in Cleveland, Missouri on Friday night. She was campaigning for Republican Sarah Steelman, who’s in the running for a seat in the Senate. Palin’s outfit consisted of a Superman t-shirt, black capris, black strappy wedges, oversized sunglasses, and a blingy bracelet. So… where do we begin?
In case you missed it, Sarah Palin guest-hosted the 8AM hour of the Today Show this morning, where she offered her thoughts on everything from the GOP race to Jessica Simpson’s naked, pregnant ELLE cover. She also confessed to narrowly avoiding one heck of a wardrobe snafu.
We admit, we’ve caught ourselves doing a double take of Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin in the ads for the upcoming HBO movie Game Change. Who would have thought the elegant red-headed siren would make such an accurate doppelganger of Alaska’s former governor? And just as Palin herself stole the show as John McCain’s running mate inthe 2008 presidential election, so too is Moore’s portrayal of Palin causing the most buzz about Game Change.
Sarah Palin didn’t title her memoir Going Rogue for nothing. Today in What Not To Wear On Television, Palin joined Fox News for an epic 19-minute interview, for which she wore what appears to be an orange, quarter-zip fleece topped by a hot pink, full-zip fleece vest featuring red fuzzy lining.
It never ceases to amaze us how an actor can mold themselves into looking and acting and being just like someone else, and Julianne Moore has done exactly for HBO‘s upcoming Sarah Palin movie Game Change.
There are certain rules, so they tell you, for what one should and shouldn’t wear on television. Solids are good, as are darker colors and flattering cuts like v-necks. White is definitely a no-no, same goes for patterns and busy prints. But where does a fuzzy, red, rosette-textured holiday jacket fall on the spectrum of TV-appropriate? That is the question begged by Sarah Palin’s appearance on Sean Hannity last night.
This week Sarah Palin‘s hairdresser started and finished her reality TV career. The two-episode series Big Hair Alaska had both its series premiere and finale this week, thanks to back-to-back airings on TLC. So, did you watch?
This was the week of model lawsuits, Vogue Photoshop abuse, and offensive advertising. We also learned about Fashion’s Night Out plans and September issues. And did you know Sarah Palin had polka-dotted toenails?
There are lots of things we could say about Sarah Palin‘s beehive…and her rimless glasses…and, you know, her politics. But her polka-dotted toenails? Whatever.
Sarah Palin‘s reality show might not be returning for a second season, but the place where she gets her hair done is heading for its own 15 minutes of fame. The Alaska hair salon credited with giving Palin her signature ‘do is getting its own show. Which, why?
Today our friends over at Mediaite alerted us to the fact that Bristol Palin thinks Michele Bachmann is totally ripping off her mom’s style. Um, okay.
Would you like to see Hillary Clinton dress up in Rick Owens? We can’t imagine this would actually go down in real life, but that’s why we have Robb Young‘s new book. In Power Dressing: First Ladies, Women Politicians & Fashion, Young investigates first lady fashion, and his means of promotion are totally brilliant.
Meow. That’s literally all we have to say about the pair of leopard-print slingbacks Sarah Palin wore during her speech to the Long Island Association on Thursday. Palin lunched with the civic group at the Crest Hollow Country Club and talked about everything from … well, OK. We didn’t catch what she said. The shoes were too fierce.
Whatever your political persuasion, there’s no doubting that there are style stars on both sides of America’s great political divide. And for Republicans in offices both large and small, sharply tailored, classic clothing imbued with modern styling is what makes the difference between those who stand out and those who blend in. Herein, ten members of the Grand Old Party who make dressing well as important as toeing the party line.
Regardless of what you think about Sarah Palin’s politics, it’s a little difficult to get around the fact that the woman is, at this point, an institution unto herself. She’s written a New York Times Bestseller, her reality show on TLC sometimes gets good ratings, and hardly a day goes by when she doesn’t generate a handful of headlines across multiple mediums. Like it or not, the woman has fans. So why isn’t she inspiring the same kind of apparel sales as, say, Michelle Obama or Kate Middleton?
Last night, Sarah Palin joined Greta van Susteren to talk politics, President Obama, and “lies, damn lies.” While there, she also debuted what appears to be a new and crisp white jacket. Which begs the question: is it just us, or is Palin wearing what may be the largest lapels ever seen on cable news?
Sarah Palin spent Sunday afternoon at a baseball game. We’re not particularly interested in the game, who was playing, who won, or why Palin was there, but couldn’t help noticing that she was wearing a huge pair of Juicy Couture sunglasses. Um, really?
Since Sarah Palin continues to assault the public at large with a myriad of appearances, we couldn’t help but notice that she really likes to recycle her clothes. From what we can tell, Palin sticks to a steady rotation of the same four pieces — with the occasional black motorcycle jacket thrown in for good measure.