Personal style has been brought to the public battleground since ladies like Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama stepped into the spotlight.
And newcomer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who is the youngest woman ever elected to Congress, is no different. Ocasio-Cortez has not been in Congress for more than one month and her fashion choices are already getting nearly as much commentary as her Green New Deal. (RELATED: Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Releases Green New Deal Outline)
After facing some backlash for wearing a white suit, gold hoops and red lipstick to her swearing-in, Ocasio-Cortez clarified on Twitter that she would be using her outfits to deliver her own message. (RELATED: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Knows You’ll Talk About Her Clothes, So She’s Using Them to Say Something)
So if pantsuits and patterns are the new press briefings, what are her outfits saying? And what are Trump’s outfits saying? And the most important question of all, between the (arguably) most popular man and woman in U.S. politics, who wore it best?