Fashion is back in the White House: Inauguration Fashion Wins—and How to Steel their Looks

January 20, 2021 finally marked the historic day when President Joe Biden was sworn into office, along with Vice President Kamila Harris. While the celebrations were kept small due to the pandemic, there was no shortage of style and fashion as these strong and truly inspiring individuals made their way to the inauguration. While both Jennifer Lopez and Lady Gaga beautifully serenaded the audience with unifying anthems, what has really caught the attention of the public has been the colours and outfits and their underlying messages.

Purple was worn by the majority to represent loyalty and unity, as is what President Joe Biden hopes to get out of his time at office. It is a colour that was worn by many in hopes to represent the unification of Democrats (blue) and Republicans (red), rather than them being two separate groups. 

 

Vice President Kamala Harris


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VP Harris chose to represent Black American designers, Christopher John Rogers and Sergio Hudson with her purple monochromatic look. Kamala Harris is the first female Black-South Asian Vice President.

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Michelle Obama


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Former First Lady Michelle Obama stole the show by serving both looks and confidence in her plum monochromatic suit with the touch of a gold belt as she was accompanied by her husband, Barack Obama. Her set was also designed by Sergio Hudson. 

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First Lady, Jill Biden 


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Now First Lady, Jill Biden, was seen in a beautiful blue tweed monochromatic set all the way up to her mask. Her suite was designed by Alexander O’Neill who is known for her sustainable clothing lines. 

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manda Gorman


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For many, Amanda’s poem was the highlight of the inauguration. “History has its eyes on us” and we have an eye on her stunning outfit.

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Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez opted for an all-white look by Chanel for her performance at the inauguration. She added matching accessories like a white beret and face mask to complete the ensemble. Traditionally, the white monochromatic look is worn in order to recognize women’s suffrage.  

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Bernie Sanders


Photo: Billboard

Former candidate Bernie Sanders attended the inauguration in some comfortable brown shoes and a warm winter jacket. He kept his hands warm during the ceremony as he clung to his wool mittens. His posture and attire has certainly become a popular sight to see with all the hilarious content spreading across the web.

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Lady Gaga


Photo: E! News

Lady Gaga stole the show with her outstanding performance of the American National Anthem. Her outfit was a bold statement towards symbolizing peace, which has quickly become a hilarious meme referencing The Hunger Games.

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