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Best Hillary Clinton Costume Guide
Dress up like Hillary Rodham Clinton the former Senator and Secretary of State who is the 2016 democratic party nominee for President of the United States. Get prepared to take the Oval Office as Hillary in her signature pant suit look. Get her look with a Women’s Plus Size Double-Breasted Pantsuit, Hillary Clinton Wig Costume Accessory, Women’s Low Heel Pump Shoes, Pearl Stud Earrings Sterling Silver, and a Large White Faux Pearl Necklace.
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Ready to get dressed for a political debate that will be remembered for years to come? While it may not be a costume that many will choose, it’s surely a costume that will have many people talking. Hillary Clinton is also a great choice if you want to go as a group and we recommend finding a few of your friends who are willing to dress as other political members or people related to Hillary to have quite the interesting group costume. We’d love to see your creative side and what you happen to come up with so feel free to send over a few photos of your costume so we can display them on our site.
The things you’ll need for this costume are a women’s double-breasted pantsuit, pearl stud earrings, a large white pearl necklace, a Hillary Clinton costume wig and a pair of low heel pump shoes to finish off the look.
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About Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois and eventually would go on to graduate from Wellesley College in 1969 and earn a J.D. from Yale Law School in 1973. She served as a Congressional legal counsel for a brief time before moving to Arkansas and marrying Bill Clinton in 1975 and eventually co-founded Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families in 1977.
While she was First Lady of the United States, she was quite the advocate for gender equality and health care reform and in 2000, she became the first female senator from New York. Hillary ran for president in 2008 and won an impressive amount of delegates but lost to Barack Obama. She then made a second Presidential round in 2016 and became the first female candidate to be nominated for president by a major U.S. political party but she eventually lost the presidency to Donald Trump.