Whatever your partisan affiliation, cast your ballot for fashionable style, at the 2012 Republican National Convention. It was impossible not to notice the politically stylish wife Ann of Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney. During her speech, she spoke of her husband's love for the United States, and we couldn't help but fall in love with her striking ensemble. A fitting tribute to the traditional color of the GOP, Anne wore a gorgeous red dress that highlighted her strength and confidence as a woman. Ann is a mother of five, grandmother of eighteen, and has recovered from both Breast Cancer and Multiple Sclerosis. While Mitt may have stolen her heart, in her fantastic red dress, Ann stole ours! Make sure to check back in with us next week to see what fashion trends we spotted at the Democratic National Convention!
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And other Republican Ladies in Red!
Janna Ryan has been said to be her husband, Paul Ryan's, rock, and she is credited as being the force that keeps him grounded. Her main priority is in ensuring that her family's close connection is not affected by the busy congressional schedule, nor by political criticism.
Nikki Haley is the current governor of South Carolina and is a strong member of the Republican Party. Haley has previously represented Lexington County in the South Carolina House of Representatives in 2005-2010.
Condoleezza Rice is the first female African American secretary of state, and was George W. Bush's national security adviser during his first term, also making her the first woman to hold that position. Shortly after her confirmation as Secretary of State, Rice established the policy of Transformational Diplomacy, focusing on democracy in the Greater Middle East.
Mary Fallin has earned her title as the first woman to serve as governor of Oklahoma. She was also the first Republican and first woman to serve as lieutenant governor of Oklahoma.
Red symbolizes courage and power, which is the ideal of women in today's politics. We admire the strength it exudes. It is a bold reminder of how far women have come in leadership roles in our great country.