A Look Back at Hillary's Year in Pantsuits

All eyes will be on former presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Clinton when she speaks tonight at the Democratic National Convention.

Clinton's every word, inflection and facial expression will be dissected. The world will also be looking at what she's wearing. Specifically, what color pantsuit will the New York senator pull out of her closet for this crucial speech?

During Clinton's historic run for president, not only were her positions on big issues analyzed, so too, was her appearance. The media occasionally mocked her proclivity for the pantsuit, and even fashion mavens like Donatella Versace weighed in on Clinton's wardrobe choices.

Glamour magazine salutes Clinton this month with a photo spread featuring her wearing a rainbow of pantsuits from fire-engine red to light lilac. The headline reads: "Hillary, we loved your pantsuits!"

Glamour pokes good-natured fun at Clinton, but the spread is a tribute to the woman who won 18 million votes in the Democratic presidential primary. The real message is, "You go, girl. You made all of us proud."

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