The Most Significant Colors to Wear on International Women's Day

Allyson Payer

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No matter what your views may be, there’s no denying the fact that Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for president of the United States will be remembered as one of the most important moments in U.S. women’s history. And it’s safe to say that she will be on everyone’s minds on March 8, International Women’s Day.

If there’s anyone who knows the monumental impact that wearing a certain color can have, it’s Clinton. It’s no coincidence that she chose to almost exclusively wear bright, solid colors while on the campaign trail and in her years in the public eye leading up to the election—including her time as first lady.

Similarly, the colors you choose to wear—on International Women’s Day especially—undoubtedly will carry an unspoken meaning that’s louder than words. (Remember when everyone in the world was talking about the meaning behind Clinton’s decision to wear purple for her concession speech?)

Read on to learn more about the five Hillary Clinton–approved colors that will make the most impact on March 8 and shop some of our favorite options in each hue.

What color will you be wearing on International Women’s Day? Tell us in the comments! 

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