Fashionistas haven't had this much to say about political wardrobes since Jackie Kennedy inhabited the White House.
That's because three of the women on the front lines of the 2008 presidential race -- Michelle Obama, Cindy McCain and Sarah Palin -- all dress with their own sense of style, even if, in the case of Palin, it's anti-style.
Palin herself told Vogue magazine, "A reporter once asked me about it [her appearance] during the campaign, and I assured him I was trying to be as frumpy as I could by wearing my hair on top of my head and these schoolmarm glasses."
While each woman approaches fashion from a different angle, all three exude strength and confidence in the way they dress.
To find out more about what the clothes say about the women, ABCNews.com spoke to Jennifer Goodkind and Jayne Chase, the co-hosts of the radio show A Fashionable Life, which airs on WGCH 1490-AM in Greenwich, Conn., as well as the Web.