Debating in Style

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President Barack Obama and GOP candidate Mitt Romney.

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President Obama wears a blue tie with small white dots.

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Republican candidate Mitt Romney.

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Michelle Obama wears a blue dress.

Ann Romney wears a white dress.

Republican candidate Mitt Romney, First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama at the end of the debate in Denver.

Ann Romney.

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Ann Romney, wife of Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, arrives to the Presidential Debate.

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US President Barack Obama shakes hands with Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney at the start of the first of three presidential debates.

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US President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney wave to the audience during the first of three presidential debates.

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his wife, Ann, greet the audience after his debate with US President Barack Obama

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Mile high fashion marks for both candidates.

Last night, an estimated 50 million viewers tuned in to watch President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney debate for the first time at the University of Denver. The candidates prepared all week going over talking points, strategy, and as we mentioned yesterday, the always important choice of wardrobe.

Each candidate walked the delicate line of power and approachability.

President Obama wore a fitted dark blue suit with a spotted blue tie and the always present American flag pin on his lapel. Former Governor Romney sported a black tailored suit with a red striped tie and American flag as well. We see a trend in accessories.

And we can't forget about the women.

Michelle and Ann, two women who know how to dress, did not disappoint last night. Michelle wore a blue shift suit with patterned blouse while Ann dawned a cream shift dress and pearls.

In case you missed last night's debate, we've recapped all the fashion above!

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Michelle and Ann's Campaign Style

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