"But whereas the quirkiness of her rainbow-clothing coalition gave humor to her policy-wonkitude, her clothes now say she will do what’s necessary to get the job (i.e., getting elected) done. Fair enough. But they say nothing about her tastes, her sense of humor, her idiosyncrasies. They do not humanize her. They do not suggest multiple dimensions."
From a NYT "Fashion & Style" piece by Vanessa Friedman titled "How Hillary Clinton Ended the Clothing Conversation."