In the remaining hours of the 2016 election, searches for “white pantsuit” are surging as women seek an outfit to wear to vote for Hillary Clinton. The Democratic presidential nominee wore a white pantsuit when she accepted the nomination and for her last debate with Donald Trump.
Clinton’s look has inspired a slew of social fashionistas and interest in pantsuits have experienced a 460% lift in searches since January, according to e-commerce platform Lyst. White, in honor of suffragettes, is now the most popular color, ahead of black by 7%. LD
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