Sarah Palin’s “elusive” stylist for the 2008 presidential campaign revealed herself to The New York Times, and no, it’s not Rachel Zoe.
Lisa Kline usually sticks to dressing high-powered female executives and news anchors, but now she’ll be best known for transforming Palin from a country girl into a national attention-grabber. With all the hoopla surrounding the former Alaska governor’s recently released “tell-all” book, it’s no surprise Kline felt the time was right to set the record straight regarding Palin’s rumored $150,000+ shopping spree. Apparently, Sarah didn’t do any of the shopping herself, but Kline did enough damage for the both of them.
Although I disagree with pretty much everything Palin says, it’s hard to disagree with some of what she’s worn. Colorful British brand Boden specializes in politico-worthy clothing (it’s even piqued Michelle Obama’s interest, a fact we can get on board with) and we like their ravishing ruffle jacket and retro-inspired sixties style.
For more Washington-appropriate wear without any Alaskan baggage, check out our guides to the best in Michelle Obama style and pencil skirts. We promise you won’t need a Lisa Kline of your own to get the look right.