Political figures approached to vote with a relaxed and casual style
Tell me how you dress and I’ll tell you who you are. From early on, political figures voted in the PASO in different schools across the country, and most opted for a relaxed and casual style. Jeans, blue and down jackets were the main protagonists of this Sunday, September 12. Apparently, no one chose their colors and their equipment at random, there also the strategy slipped.
President Alberto Fernández opted for an informal and warm look, despite the pleasant conditions and temperatures that took place this morning. The president wore a navy blue camper that many confused with black, a white striped shirt, a blue round neck sweater, dark jeans and brown shoes. It was shown with a black nanofiber chinstrap from Conicet. The designer and image consultant Fabián Medina Flores commented on the chosen team: “The same version in blue would have been better, to take away the drama, but it was good, and he composed a look ‘uncle canchero'”.
President Alberto Fernández chose a casual look, with a navy blue camper, shirt, dark pullover and jeans
For his part, former president Mauricio Macri opted for a light blue shirt, a blue feather vest and a matching sweater, and casual beige pants. He protected himself with a light blue chinstrap. Medina Flores described it as “a conservative look, with neutral and classic colors.”
Mauricio Macri opted for a light blue shirt, light vest, blue sweater, and informal beige pants (NA / JUAN VARGAS)
The candidate for national deputy for the City for Together for Change, María Eugenia Vidal, chose a loose white shirt, a long navy blue jacket, dark jeans and white sneakers. He accompanied his outfit with a brown backpack.
“This is a typical look that the pandemic implanted. It was a bit more than casual, but always keeping it sober. The shoes are very particular because they have a platform. I would have opted for one without, “said Argentine fashion designer Maureene Dinar in dialogue with this medium.
María Eugenia Vidal chose an informal look: a white shirt, a long navy blue jacket, dark jeans and white sneakers (Amilcar Orfali)
Perhaps one of the most anticipated looks was that of the candidate for national deputy for the province of Buenos Aires for the Frente de Todos Victoria Tolosa Paz. The Argentine public and political accountant was shown with a relaxed and jovial style. He wore a light blue jean shirt, a blue jacket with frayed edges and studded details, black cargo-style pants, black “combat boots” and his usual pendant with the letter V. He chose a black chinstrap with white polka dots and pearl earrings .
Dinar assured the outfit was “very successful, natural and cool.” “It is very close to what is used today,” he stressed.
Victoria Tolosa Paz chose a relaxed look, light blue jean shirt, blue jacket, black cargo style pants (Marcos Gómez / Aglaplata)
While the candidate for national deputy for the City for the Frente de Todos, Leandro Santoro, wore a classic white shirt and a light gray sweater, the candidate for deputy for Avanza Libertad for the province of Buenos Aires, José Luis Espert, chose a shirt white and a deep red sweater and a light blue chinstrap.
“While she opted for a bold color, Espert’s look was Sunday and flattering. Both candidates chose very correct austere garments for the vote. Undoubtedly, in these elections the politicians prioritized austerity in clothing ”, Patricia Profumo, a haute couture designer, explained to Infobae.
The candidate for deputy for Avanza Libertad for the province of Buenos Aires, José Luis Espert, chose a white shirt, an intense red sweater and a light blue chinstrap
Florencio Randazzo, the candidate for national deputy for Buenos Aires for Vamos con vos, cast his vote accompanied by his son at table 1206 of the Crisol school in the city of La Plata. He wore a light blue shirt, a black zip-up hoodie, and light blue jeans.
Diego Santilli, attended to vote accompanied by his wife Analía Maiorana, the candidate for national deputy for the province of Buenos Aires for Together for Change, approached the Colegio San Pedro, in Los Troncos el Talar, in Tigre, to vote. The politician chose a white shirt, a light blue sweater with a zip and light jeans that he accompanied with a nanofiber chinstrap from Conicet.
She chose a low-cut white silk shirt, a tight jean with rips and boots and a jacket to match. “Maiorana was between groomed and sporty. I’d say it’s one more look for the afternoon, but it suits her because she’s young, ”said Dinar.
Accompanied by his wife Analía Maiorana, Diego Santilli, a candidate for national deputy for the province of Buenos Aires for Together for Change, he approached Colegio San Pedro, in Los Troncos el Talar, in Tigre, to vote (Télam)
The head of the Buenos Aires government, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta opted for a taupe colored half-shirt sweater and classic jeans. “It’s almost his superhero uniform,” said Medina Flores.
Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, arrived at the Faculty of Law, in Recoleta, to vote, at 10:30
Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner chose a look total pink to vote in Río Gallegos. He wore a long pale pink down jacket, a sweater and scarf in light tones, and black pants with matching boots and wallet. “As always, CFK showed herself with a very careful image, made up and combed. She chose an austere look for an election Sunday with a great choice of colors that suit her very well. The light pastel tones in her wardrobe were right ”, Profumo highlighted.
The vice president cast her vote at the 19 “Comandante Luis Piedra Buena” Elementary School, in Río Gallegos, Santa Cruz, with a “total pink” look (TELAM)
The candidate for national deputy of the Frente La Libertad Avanza for the City of Buenos Aires, Javier Milei, voted this morning in Almagro with a particular look faithful to his style: he attended the polls with his characteristic hairstyle and dressed in a long leather jacket .
Javier Milei attended the polls with his characteristic hairstyle and dressed in a long leather jacket (Maximiliano Luna)
Former Economy Minister Ricardo López Murphy cast his vote at Champagnat College wearing a pink shirt, a black camper, a light blue chinstrap and a distinctive gray beret.
“For the morning, outfits that include dark colors should be ‘cut’ with something white or light blue. However, it is known that all of them are politicians, they are not designers, nor actors or fashion figures, and they are working to improve the country. They show a bit of the spirit with a low profile, ”said Dinar.
“Kicillof and his family wore Sunday looks, relaxed but cool,” warned Dinar
In the city of La Plata, the governor of the province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, cast his vote and urged “to vote in peace, reflecting, with memory and thinking about what is coming.” He wore a blue shirt, a worn black jean and a smart black sport jacket. “Kicillof and his family wore Sunday looks, relaxed but cool,” warned the expert.
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