Now THAT’S a presidential look! Hillary Clinton was truly a vision at her star-studded rally in Philadelphia on Nov. 5, rocking a chic white coat and gold jewelry for the highly anticipated event! The democratic candidate was regal as can be while on stage at the Mann Center. Get the scoop on her fashion!
Hillary Clinton, 69, attended a rally in her honor in Philadelphia on Nov. 5, and not only was the night filled with powerful speeches and performances, but the Democratic candidate also slayed with her outfit! She was the epitome of class in her fitted white coat, atop her all-black ensemble. She accessorized flawlessly, opting for a gold statement necklace and earrings. Not a hair was out of place as she announced the musical performer, Katy Perry! Throughout her three debates, Hillary wore a white, red and black outfit, proving she loves to show her patriotism!
But as we all know, Hillary isn’t just what she wears. The presidential hopeful also hit the stage to deliver an incredible speech about why it’s important for everyone to go out and vote on Election Day as well as why she will make a better president than Donald Trump, 70!
Additionally, Lady Hill was joined by her husband and former president Bill Clinton, 70, as well as the standing First Family, President Obama, 55, and Michelle Obama 52. Well-known celebrity supporter, Katy also performed at the show in a last minute set to get voters out to the polls on Nov. 8. SO epic!
The Philly event follows the amazing Get-Out-The-Vote concert Jay Z, 46, and Beyonce, 35, hosted in support of the Democratic nominee on Nov. 4, in Cleveland, Ohio. During Beyonce’s set, the singer paused the music to say some meaningful words about why she was supporting Hillary this election. “I want my daughter to grow up seeing a women lead our country and knowing that her possibilities are limitless. And that’s why I am with her,” the singer said before a crowd of screaming fans. Our thoughts exactly, Bey! Chance the Rapper, 23, and Big Sean, 28 also performed during the night concert.
Although the campaign is coming to an end, it’s not too late to do your part! Election Day officially kicks off at the polls on Nov. 8!
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Hillary’s outfit? Was it a hit or miss?