Maybe it’s the woman in the mix, maybe it’s "Project Runway," but clothing matters more than ever on the campaign trail, and fashion mavens are vocal about what candidates’ duds indicate. Barack Obama is particularly dapper, but his Windsor knots and tailoring may be too much, Reuters reports: “it’s venturing toward foppishness,” said one watcher.
Mitt Romney gets props for his businesslike fashions but not for his pleated pants. John McCain dresses to show off his inner man of the people, but he'll suit up if he lands the nomination. As for Hillary Clinton, she’s thankfully left the hairbands behind but has “retreated back into menswear," laments fashion icon Tim Gunn.