CHANTILLY, Va. - The fashion house that makes the nearly $1,000 blouse worn by Ann Romney on morning television earlier this week tells ABC News that they had nothing to do with the wardrobe choice, remarking that they'd prefer to stay out of politics.
"We had nothing to do with it," a rep for designer Reed Krakoff said. "She must have bought it from Saks or Bergdorf's, we definitely didn't send it to her."
"It's 100 percent a Reed Krakoff shirt, but we 100 percent didn't send it to her," the rep added. "We don't get involved politically."
The shirt, an item in the label's 2012 Spring/Summer collection, retails for $990, and for those shopping, is called the "The Reed Audubon Silk Shirt."
The price of the shirt was first reported by the style blog Stylite.com.
Mrs. Romney does not have a stylist, according to an aide with the Romney campaign, and is likely to have purchased the shirt on her own.
A spokeswoman for the Romney campaign declined to comment on Mrs. Romney's fashion choices.
This isn't the first time that Mrs. Romney has been tweaked on her fashion choices.
In March, a little girl on the ropeline at a campaign event in Illinois asked Mrs. Romney if her watch was "real."
"Well it's, it's real plastic," said Mrs. Romney, who wears a Michael Kors wristwatch. "But it's a real watch too."
During the 2008 campaign, and even now in the White House, first lady Michelle Obama has also been critiqued on her fashion choices. From her large collection of items from J. Crew, to her designer ball gowns, Mrs. Obama has received a lot of media attention for her clothing choices.