Two weeks ago, the Huffington Post and apparel company Weatherproof® asked readers who was the most stylish male politician. The poll received 5,847 votes, and President Barack Obama was declared the winner.
It's worth noting that the "Who's The Most Stylish Female Politician?" poll (House Speaker Nancy Pelosi won that honor) received 17,455 votes in comparison, indicating that Huffington Post readers are more interested in the style of female politicians than that of their male counterparts.
Here are the results, starting with most to least stylish, based on the candidates we presented. Do you agree with the ranking? Who did we leave out?
1. President Barack Obama
2. Former President Bill Clinton
3. Senator Scott Brown (D-MA)
4. Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL)
5. New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo
6. California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
7. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney
8. Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA)
9. Former President George W. Bush
10. Rep. John Boehner (R-OH)
And check out the results of the Style vs. Substance Survey here.
Here's the winner!
In Florida for a vacation, the President waves to the crowds in a classic gingham shirt.
The President wears a sleek, silvery tie to greet the New Orleans Saints at the White House.
Mr. Obama goes low-key at a basketball game with his daughter and a friend.
Leaving the national spy museum, the president sports jeans and sandals.
President Obama returns from vacation with his daughters Malia and Sasha, bundled up in a classic coat.
The president eschews Washington's favorite red and blue ties and chooses striped magenta instead.
Bucking the trend again, the Mr. Obama chooses a pale lavender tie while delivering remarks at the White House.
The President chooses bright stripes for a meeting with congressional leaders.
Mr. Obama looks sharp in a tuxedo for a State Dinner.
Out on a date with the first lady, the president looks relaxed sans tie.