Because you’ve always wanted to own a pantsuit tee.

Words by

Arianna Lucente

This is the best thing on the internet right now.

Hillary Clinton has become even cooler with the launch of her online store and some pretty swish merchandise for her 2016 presidential campaign.

Among the crewnecks, tanks, hoodies and hats, our favourite piece from the collection is The Everyday Pantsuit Tee. It’s a red t-shirt with printed lapels, pockets, buttons, a string of peals and even a Hilary pin. “Bringing a whole new meaning to casual Friday.” Lolz.

Second and third place go respectively to the Future Voter Onesie for babies and the Think Tank that tiles Hillary’s H logo and touts itself as “the gingham print of the future”.

You can really see her political strategy coming through her merch. Ethnic diversity with the choice of models, feminism with the Stitch by Stitch Throw Pillow that says, “A woman’s place is in the White House”, appealing to the young’uns with the Progress Pint Glass, and everything is made in America. Clever clever.

You can also buy gift cards for the online store just in case you can’t choose between gifting your mum the Pantsuit Tee or the Pant Suit Lapel Pin.

We can’t even.


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