Does Wearing Pantsuits Make Women More Powerful?
Fashion critic Tim Gunn slammed Hillary Clinton on Lopez Tonight this week saying that due to her affinity for pantsuits he "think[s] she's confused about her gender". This is not the first time the television host has teased the US Secretary of State's monotonous wardrobe choices, but this time it got me thinking: is Hillary actually doing women a disservice by dressing like a man in her powerful position?
If pants are truly how the lady rolls, then okay—personal style is of the utmost importance. But if she is choosing a menswear-filled wardrobe to assert herself as a woman of authority, than that's saying something, isn't it?