If your campaign duties include tailing the candidate to speeches, site visits, and meetings with community groups (Rotary Club, Ladies Auxiliary, Kiwanis), then you need to be dressed like a professional but you don’t want to go for the full-DC and wear a suit. So, what do you do?
Most campaigns maintain a rather lax dress code, so it’s amazing how far a jacket will go. For today’s post, we’re pairing a structured tweed jacket with corduroys and simple flats for a look that is chic but subtle.
I am so in love with this jacket it’s criminal. It’s really too bad that Christmas is so far away.
These t-shirts are still the best deal ever. They wear well, fit well and if one gets ruined, you can just toss it out and not feel too bad.
6. (not pictured) Rebecca Minkoff Mini-MAB (Bergdorf’s, $495)
This bag is still some of the best money that I’ve ever spent. If I need to pack paperwork, or extra shoes for door knocking, or bottles of water (always important), I can fit it all in this bag. It’s like a magic carpet bag.