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Hillary Clinton votes wearing Ralph Lauren pantsuit

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton wears a Ralph Lauren pantsuit to vote Tuesday.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton wears a Ralph Lauren pantsuit to vote Tuesday.
(Seth Wenig / AP / REX / Shutterstock)

The tensions are high on this election day 2016, but the fashion is good — and if anything, it’s fairly consistent. After wearing looks from Gucci, Roksanda and Fendi at recent events, once again Melania Trump opted to wear a European designer (well, technically it was half Euro, with a Balmain jacket over a Michael Kors dress), and Hillary Clinton stuck with what could very well be her lucky charm, heading to vote Tuesday in a Ralph Lauren pantsuit.

The Democratic presidential nominee and self-proclaimed pantsuit aficionado kept things tonal, wearing a khaki-colored jacket with taupe insets on the lapels and pants for her trip to the voting booth at the Douglas G. Grafflin Elementary School in Chappaqua, N.Y., alongside Bill Clinton. Lauren is one of numerous New York designers who have extended their support for the former Secretary of State. Diane von Furstenberg, Tory Burch, Elie Tahari, Joseph Altuzzara and Prabal Gurung are among the others, as well as foreign-born non-eligible voters like Georgina Chapman and Rag & Bone’s Marcus Wainwright.

For Monday night’s pre-election night rally in Philadelphia, she appeared to wear the same red Ralph Lauren pantsuit she’d worn to debate Trump at Hofstra University earlier this fall. Clinton wore a Ralph Lauren Collection creme-colored wool crepe curved-front jacket with horn buttons and matching wool crepe pants for last month’s final debate.

It should be noted, however, that at least once, Melania Trump took a cue from Clinton’s sartorial choices, heading to none other than Ralph Lauren for her final debate look. The Slovenian model looked sleek in a black jumpsuit by the American designer, drawing positive reviews. And while jumpsuits and pantsuits may seem miles away in fashion speak, perhaps Trump’s jumpsuit choice was a peace offering of sorts. Compromise.

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