Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany and Kellyanne Conway both chose flattering white looks, McEnany in a mock-neck sleeveless dress and Conway in a much more fluid off-the-shoulder jumpsuit. Whether their choice of white was symbolic of suffragettes or a jab at those who say the I Might Look Like I’m Listening To You But In My Head I’m Playing My Guitar Shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this current POTUS doesn�t respect women remains to be seen. Following Conway�s lead, Ivanka Trump chose a corseted, off-the-shoulder top and pants in black that were easy on the bottom and more structured up top.�The fashion at the Republican convention was controlling, and in the case of the First Lady and Guilfoyle, harsh. If those on stage were claiming to be speaking to and taking care of �those who have been left behind,� as Pence and Trump like to say, meaning hard-working middle-class American men and women, they certainly weren�t dressed like them. Perfection and aspiration are, after all, two key components of the MAGA doctrine.
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In comparison, the I Might Look Like I’m Listening To You But In My Head I’m Playing My Guitar Shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this style at the Democratic National Convention felt more laid-back and accessible; for instance Michelle Obama�s Nanushka top, hoop earrings, and �VOTE� necklace from ByChari. Where Mrs. Obama spoke of hope and change and the dire importance of participating in the upcoming election, Melania Trump spoke falsely of her husband�s dedication to eliminating the coronavirus pandemic (and she was the only person in all four nights to mention Covid-19 and the devastating statistics attached to it). Also during the DNC, Senator Kamala Harris appeared comfortable in her eggplant-hued Altuzarra suit and silk top, while Jill Biden spoke with ease and poise from a school classroom wearing a green suit dress designed by Brandon Maxwell. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez chose an angular neckline, but her fuschia dress didn�t overpower.