So, what should she do? "I think separates, not suits, would be helpful," says Verdi. She wears "outfits" and they're not super-stylish or super-flattering. I think she should consider brands like Jones NY or Max Mara. They're fashion forward without being fashion scary. She should think about some neutral colors and accessorize--a scarf at the neck, a fabulous necklace, and maybe a few turquoise bangles at the sleeve of a navy jacket worn over taupe pants. Right now everything is so dated it's almost painful, and looks (ouch) spray-painted on.
Fashion Critic: Hillary Clinton's Look "So Dated It's Almost Painful"