FOR THE final Presidential Debate ahead of the election next month, Hillary Clinton once again wore her signature pantsuit while facing off against Donald Trump.
But for the third debate, she had a message — albeit subtle.
While some would see the white pantsuit ensemble as just another fresh outfit from designer Ralph Lauren, but others were quick to notice the more patriotic message behind the pantsuits.
If you cast your minds back to round one of the Presidential Debate on September 26 at Hofstra University, Hillary sported a red pantsuit — or just suit, if you prefer — during the first face off against her Republican opponent.
Next up, at the second debate at the Washington University in St. Louis, the 69-year-old opted for a navy blue ensemble. And in the third and final round against Trump — Clinton wore a powerhouse white pantsuit — completing what social media users are claiming as a patriotic trifecta of red, white and blue.
With all three suits being by the same designer, it is understood Clinton also took some fashion guidance from Vogue editor Anna Wintour when selecting her outfits.
Clinton’s patriotic pantsuit and domination of the final clash before Americans hit the polls, proved once again why she is a force to be reckoned with.
The Democratic nominee, who often wears white at various engagements — including the night in July when she officially became the first female presidential nominee of a major political party — has a feminist message behind the suits.
American suffragettes often wore white while participating in demonstrations or marches rallying for women’s right to vote in the early 1900s.
At the time of her acceptance speech, her choice of colour was quickly noted on social media — who noted her nod to feminist history.
Now, all eyes are on the polls — as Americans cast their vote on November 6.