First up, Barack Obama for President-- my choice for most fashionable official campaign wear. Not only does the Obama campaign feature some super stylish tees in the official Obama Store, the uber-hot label Sir Alistair Rai has designed a tee to benefit the Obama campaign that has been spotted on Hollywood hotties like Halle Berry. Way to harness the power of fashion!
In the Republican category, the fashionable tee shirt winner is the Rudy Giuliani campaign. Although I do expect more from the former mayor of the fashion capitol of North America, I can't find much wrong with the Rudy gear available in the Rudy 2008 Store. The designs are simple and wearable, but come in styles that go beyond the boring basic tee.
Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign doesn't quite hit the fashion mark in the official tee shirt collection. While the "Make History" tee in trendy chocolate brown and baby blue is a winner, the remainder of the Hillary campaign tees are busy and have the "free tee with purchase" feel.
Coming in in the dismal fourth place spot in the fashion race is the McCain campaign. Although I give the McCain campaign credit for the fab Top Gun-ish McCain logo, the actual shirt offerings are uninspired. I've seen better from the Fred Thompson "campaign," and he's not even a candidate (yet).
Click on any photo to link directly to where you can purchase that presidential campaign tee online. The proceeds for all tees purchased go to benefit the candidate shown and, in most cases, the amount of the purchase counts against your campaign donation limit. Be sure to click through to the site listed for full details. Enjoy this post? Subscribe to Stiletto Jungle and get free updates by e-mail or RSS.
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