With all three Presidential debates now a thing of the past, all we have left to do is discuss, decode and debrief on every single aspect. What nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton made clear last night was that she was prepared to stand up for women鈥檚 rights, which started with her clear decision to uphold Roe v. Wade. But she also made a statement about women鈥檚 rights in her choice of clothing. Yes, we are used to seeing HRC in her 鈥減ower suits,鈥 but what makes last night鈥檚 so important hearkens back to the days before women in this country could even vote.

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During the years of suffragettes, white was the color that women wore to show their support of each other and their rights as citizens, which shows that it was no mistake that HRC chose her feminine white Ralph Lauren pantsuit. This subtle choice helps differentiate her from her opponent in many ways, including that she鈥檚 light, easy and definitely here for women.

Racked聽brings up an important point about Hillary鈥檚 wardrobe choices too. In previous years, we鈥檇 see Hill as the HBIC in a very masculine suit (the aforementioned 鈥減ower suit鈥), but these days, she has forgone the more boxy and traditional menswear-inspired suit for something decidedly more feminine and soft: the car-length jacket and slacks. After all these years of having to play along with the men, HRC鈥檚 now able to showcase her softer side, and the loose, long look is easy to wear, conservative and remains fashionable in any situation.

So basically, what we see here is Hill doing a subtle shout-out to all the ladies, saying, 鈥淚鈥檓 here for this, I鈥檓 here for you, and I鈥檓 definitely not the candidate you鈥檝e grown used to.鈥 And that鈥檚 one powerful statement wrapped up in a simple lady鈥檚 suit, right?

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