Back in February, we saw Kathy Dahlkemper make very successful use of animal print in her wardrobe. I encouraged you to learn from her example by sticking to two fairly simple guidelines:
1. Use a print in an abstract scale.
2. Keep the proportion of your outfit in animal print minimal.
These were useful guidelines, which Rep. Dahlkemper illustrated perfectly. So I cannot explain to you why just two months later, she violated both of them:
This jacket is so distracting that I actually checked her official biography to make sure she doesn't have a hobby of big game hunting that I didn't know about - searching from some reason, any reason why she would choose to wear this. It's so unfortunate, because the congresswoman clearly had something to say about defense spending, but she's being drowned out by her clothes.