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Hillary Clinton’s Purple Lapels
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"I have had successes and I have had setbacks. Sometimes really painful ones. Many of you are at the beginning of your professional public and political careers. You will have successes and setbacks, too. This loss hurts but please never stop believing that fighting for what's right is worth it", - these words were quintessence of Hillary Clinton’s concession speech. 

And even her clothing backed these words that day. Although fashion is not a matter of paramount importance in this case, but it is a unique tool to drop a subtle hint of what the politician wanted to say to her followers.

Clinton wore a black pantsuit by Ralph Lauren with purple lapels and top. Purple color is usually associated with power and ambition.

Moreover, purple is a mix of red and blue colors, the distinctive colors of Republican and Democratic parties. Taking it into account, we may assume that Mrs. Clinton chose this color not coincidentally. It could be a sign of bipartisanship, unity and common goals of the both parties.

Moreover, purple is the color of loyalty, devotion to goals, and steadfastness to the chosen path. In this regard, no one can underestimate Clinton’s devotion to her career and service to people.

In the British Victorian era purple was also associated with mourning. Here it is a symbolism as well, as many American people hanged hopes on Clinton’s win.

Purple also has roots as a signature color in the suffragist movement. In the early 1900s, British suffragettes, who fought against women discrimination in political and economic life, chose purple as one of colors to unite women. It is one of the main ideas of Clinton's politics.

Thus, choosing a dress, remember that every color carries a message, and wisely selected color may say a lot even without words.

With all the above in mind, we may be sure that this fashion choice helped Clinton bring home one very important message: we have a lot of work to do, and we all should do it together.