Is O’Donnell Stealing Palin’s Style?

Christine O'Donnell and Sarah Palin (MassLive.com/SmallScreenScoop.com)

U.S. Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell won the primary election against Mike Castle in Delaware last month, and now is hoping to defeat Democrat Chris Coons in November’s elections. This election will determine who will gain Vice President Joseph Biden’ old Senate Seat.

O’Donnell has been lucky to receive help and endorsement from Sarah Palin; however, is she receiving more than political help from Palin? Perhaps, Sarah has also shared some fashion advice with Christine.

In the past months, O’Donnel has shaped up to look quite similar to Palin. Not only wearing her signature ensemble of black slacks and conservative red blazer, but also hair color and style, all the way to the same wispy bangs. I love this look on both political women. The color red shows confidence and grabs has the ability to capture the eye of a crowd and gain their attention when speaking. Additionally, the hairstyles of both these women are very classic and appealing.

Is O’Donnell trying to copy Palin’s “American woman” approach to politics by copying her style?

U.S. Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell won the primary election against Mike Castle in Delaware last month, and now is hoping to defeat Democrat Chris Coons in November’s elections. This election will determine who will gain Vice President Joseph Biden’ old Senate Seat.

O’Donnell has been lucky to receive help and endorsement from Sarah Palin; however, is she receiving more than political help from Palin? Perhaps, Sarah has also shared some fashion advice with Christine.

In the past months, O’Donnel has shaped up to look quite similar to Palin. Not only wearing her signature ensemble of black slacks and conservative red blazer, but also hair color and style, all the way to the same wispy bangs. I love this look on both political women. The color red shows confidence and grabs has the ability to capture the eye of a crowd and gain their attention when speaking. Additionally, the hairstyles of both these women are very classic and appealing.

Is O’Donnell trying to copy Palin’s “American woman” approach to politics by copying her style?

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