Category Archives: Sarah Palin

Poll: Which political woman has your favorite fashion?

Laura Bush, Jackie Kennedy, Sarah Palin (Google Images)

The political women of the past and present have such different styles; however, I believe each woman’s fashion is, in some way, a representation of her outlook. For example, Michelle Obama, just like President Obama, wants change. This is exactly what her wardrobe has done; it has been a big change from first ladies in the past, recent years. Take a look at Laura Bush, a woman of steadfast, conservative views. These views are portrayed through her conservative, dress suits. Finally, Jacqueline Kennedy, a first lady who wanted to bring art and style from other countries into America. Jackie first started this feat by bringing in her iconic clothing, created by foreign designers. There are several styles to chose from, which woman has your favorite fashion?

When stopped on campus, Annemarie Stanson, a junior at Texas A&M University, said she favors the style of Jackie Kennedy above all other political women, because of she had the ability to keep her look “classy, but still on the cutting edge of fashion.” However, Sophie Nall, another Texas A&M student, is a fan of Laura Bush’s fashion. Sophie likes how Mrs. Bush remained stylish without focusing on her clothing. “Fashion wasn’t a dwelling point for her. She put her focus into her platform,” she stated. Kamryn Hebert likes the fashion of Sarah Palin over all the other political women, because she looks like a “normal woman,” she says. Miss Hebert likes that Sarah isn’t afraid to show the world her true self, even in her running gear (referring to the 2009 issue of Runner’s World which featured Palin on the cover).

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Sarah Palin on the cover of England’s Stylist magazine

Sarah Palin on cover of Stylist magazine

Sarah Palin is now gaining international support! The former vice presidential candidate is featured on this week’s cover of England’s Stylist magazine with the title of “America’s Next Top President?”. Stylist is a growing magazine in England, recently winning the title of “Britain’s Best New Magazine.” In this issue the authors discuss Sarah’s style, fashion and rise to political fame.

This article, totaling four pages, discusses everything from who Palin believes is responsible for the 9/11 attacks to her style of public relations. This magazine has labeled Sarah as “back in the political limelight.”

The pictured used on the Stylist cover is the same picture originally used by Runner’s World for their cover in August of 2009. In this photo, Sarah is wearing black shorts and Asics paired with an Icebreaker long sleeve chase zip pullover in Republican red, of course. (This shirt is available here.) This original Runner’s World cover marked the first time Icebreaker, a sports apparel company based in New Zealand, has appeared on an America magazine cover.

Sarah Palin in Stylist magazine

Although I am not sure whether the Europeans have portrayed Sarah correctly to the British, calling her “America’s Next Top President,” her running clothes look great! Asics are my all-time favorite shoes for running, and the seaming and raglan sleeves featured on this Icebreaker pullover will create a slimming look for any body type.

To view the Stylist magazine yourself, click here.

Sarah Palin makes appearance on Dancing With The Stars

Sarah Palin’s 19-year old daughter, Bristol, has won a stop on this year’s 2010 Dancing With The Stars. Bristol has already made it through the first two cuts on the show, and was even supported by her mother, Sarah Palin, and sister, Piper, in the audience at last week’s show. Although, there has been controversy over whether or not the audience was booing Sarah before she was asked a few questions on the show (take a look at the video below), she still looked fabulous!

For this event, Sarah wore a streamlined, leather jacket paired with a classic pencil skirt. This outfit is amazing! It’s so nice to see Sarah step away from her normal style of skirt suits and pant suits. She completely nailed the style for the show, but simultaneously looked appropriate for her age and position in politics.

Bristol and her dance partner, Mark Ballas, also made a visit to Alaska before the competition, earlier last week, to rehearse some moves and meet Bristol’s family. Sarah Palin greeted Mark wearing a timeless outfit that will never go out of style, black slacks and a black v-neck blouse paired with simple accessories of a necklace and bangles. Of course, with this ensemble she wore her almost always present pompadour hairstyle.

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?