As it turns out, not even the fashion industry is immune to the effects of this year's election. Lyst reports that searches for one style in particular have spiked due to election coverage: white pantsuits. In fact, Lyst revealed that searches for the trend have grown a whopping 460% since January. Of course, there was a particular surge in interest after Hillary Clinton wore a white Ralph Lauren pantsuit to the final presidential debate.
The color also happens to have a deeper meaning behind it, as it's linked to the suffrage movement. The New York Times' Vanessa Friedman explained the significance: "A grass-roots movement on social media has been urging women to #WearWhiteToVote in solidarity with the American suffragists, who adopted the color as one of their signatures and fought for what has now come (at least partly) to fruition: the first woman as a major party’s candidate for president."
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