Celebrity Style

Jill Biden's Style Is A Breath Of Fresh Air

Full of color, florals, and classic stacks of jewelry.

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Dr. Jill Biden's style is a breath of fresh air. The professor is known for wearing bright colors, modern silhouettes, and decorative face masks. Whether in a sheath dress or tailored blazer, she's always joyful, chic, and perfectly pulled-together. Ahead, her best looks so far.

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Even back in 1987, Biden made her love for color known, choosing a bright blue suit and layered pearls for Joe Biden’s first candidacy announcement for a Presidential run.
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Rallying alongside Michelle Obama to announce their husbands’ team in 2008, Biden chose a classic white tweed suit that gave a nod to the suffragettes that came before her.
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For the Southern Regional Inaugural Ball in 2009, Biden chose a classic strapless gown silhouette with a bustier bodice and a bright red hue.
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On a visit to Egypt, Biden seemed to channel Princess Diana in a bright blue pencil dress with a matching shrug topped with a long and layered strand of pearls.
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Biden is a true lover of color, stepping out at the Inaugural Ball in 2013 wearing a cornflower blue satin gown with a cowl neckline.
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For a virtual convention in 2020, she stood by her husband’s side, wearing a pale lilac dress and nude heels.
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For the first of what only amounted to two Presidential debates, Biden wore a black dress from Gabriela Hearst that was actually re-purposed, having been first spotted in the look back in 2017.
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For the final Presidential debate, Biden chose an uplifting floral dress with a mask to match.
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To vote on Election Day 2020, Biden hit the polls in a bright white coat and face mask that read “Breathe Positively.”
Biden hit the stage alongside Joe as the Election Night wore on, wearing a pale pink coat and the same “Breathe Positively” mask she voted in earlier in the day.