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How Much Power Can One Suit Have? As Seen and Worn by Hillary Clinton

Ah, Hillary Clinton. The woman I have always aspired to be like. She may have gotten slack in her career whether that be her controversial politics or staying with her cheating husband when he ran the free world. One thing has always been consistent about Clinton – she has owned the power suit. Her iconic uniform represents the power that she has and that no one can get her way.

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Jackie Kennedy – A Brand in her Own Feminist Mystique

There is no woman more well known for her style, grace and poise. But how did this First Lady use her power of dressing to enhance an era when the feminine figure was in question?

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Eleanor Roosevelt – More than just the Original Feminine Figure

Eleanor Roosevelt was more than just the wife of U.S President Theodore Roosevelt. She was a feminist icon in a time of uncertainty for women. She used power and dress to establish the suffragette movement through being an icon of First Ladies.

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Let Them Eat Cake! – How Marie Antoinette Reinvented Political Policy through Personal Style

The one and only Marie Antoinette. She is a legend in her own time and to this day. Without her, I believe their would be no such thing as a power revolution of fashion. She is the original misunderstood icon that reigned as Queen of France too young.

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