What do you think the odds are that Elena Kagan or one of her many Administration handlers reads here?
Why do I ask?
Well, last month, I posted this little ditty discussing the marked differences between how professional women of Kagan’s generation dress, and how professional women of my generation dress. Basically I was making the argument that while Kagan was busy shattering the glass ceiling, she didn’t spend as much time thinking about her “look” as she should. And I thought it was high time that she did something about it.
What did I think would fix the issue?
And like I said in the post, [her attire] has no effect on her [competence] as a jurist but I just think a little hair color, a tailor and a royal blue suit would go a long way. I’m certainly not trying to turn her into Barbie.
A warmed-up hair color complete with blowout. Royal blue suit. Coincidence? I think not.
P.S. On a related note, large drop earrings only work if you have a defined jawline and bone structure. Rounder faces (like mine, like Kagan’s) should stick to studs to lift the eye up.