Hillary Clinton Wore A $13,000 Jacket While Speaking About Income Inequality
You too can dress like Hillary Clinton — if you have $200,000 to spare.
After she won the Democratic state primary in New York this April, the presidential candidate gave a speech about income inequality and job creation — all while wearing a $12,495 Giorgio Armani tweed jacket.
Clinton has been mocked about her outfits for years (remember the pantsuits?), but since she launched her presidential campaign, she has opted for high-end European labels and hired a team of “image experts” to help her out, a new report from the New York Post claims. (RELATED: You Too Can Live Like Chelsea Clinton For A Mere $6 Million)
Patsy Cisneros, a political image consultant, said Clinton has surely spent an estimated $200,000 on clothes for the campaign trail.
“She’s had to have spent in the six figures on this wardrobe overhaul,” Cisneros told the Post this week.
“[The Clinton campaign] is not going for glamour — they are going for something more natural. Do we see her more than we see the clothes? Do we see her more than we see the makeup?” (RELATED: Former Secret Service Member: ‘Hillary Lacks The Temperament To Be President’)
Clinton even went as far as hiring Michelle Obama’s former aide Kristina Schake to “shape her style” and “make her more relatable.”