Unfortunately, no, Ann Romney wasn't wearing dad jeans, nor was POTUS sporting a $990 Reed Krakoff bird shirt. It all started on June 27th at the White House Picnic, where the prez kept things casual in a white and blue-striped button down, khakis (with no pleats!) and a standard-order dad belt. (Michelle, if you remember, also looked amazing in a yellow and green dress.)
And then, on the 4th of July, style became bi-partisan. Ann Romney and her husband Mitt greeted supporters at a rally in New Hampshire, and it turns out Ann took a fashion cue from POTUS, opting for a checked blue and white shirt (a different, but similar enough pattern), khaki bermuda shorts and yep, a dark belt. While both sport watches, Ann Romney is the only party with her nails painted red.
Can fashion bravely serve as a non-partisan panacea in Congress? Uh, probably not.
But regardless, we have to ask our favorite "twinsies" question: who wore it better? Check out the pics below and cast your vote, based on either erudite sartorial scrutiny or arbitrary political whim.
Who wore these outfits better?