Sarah Palin's jacket got more press than her Donald Trump endorsement
Forget the news about Sarah Palin endorsing Donald Trump.
What the Internet truly cares about is that fly jacket she was wearing. It sold out after she wore it when she announced her endorsement.
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The Milly Beaded Bolero jacket is awfully pretty -- and shiny.
Oh, and also pretty expensive -- as in, $695 expensive.
PHOTOS: Sarah Palin in the coveted jacket
Palin's wardrobe has been in headlines before, especially during her run for VP with John McCain. This is from 2008.
This latest jacket hasn't received the nod of approval from critics. New York Daily News said it was "on the fringe" and would have been great on "the set of 'The Electric Horseman,' but not in the heat of a campaign." Mashable called it "weird."
Twitter, of course, had a field day.
It wasn't all bad press, though. People magazine said, "Sarah Palin has always been, and will always be a beacon of elegance in the midst of a bleak Alaskan tundra."
That's a compliment ... right?
The Washington Post just called it "sparkly" and didn't mention it again in the article.
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