MOMMA, DROP THE NASTY SCRUNCHIES
STEP AWAY FROM THEM...
NO, MOMMA THEY ARE NEVER CHIC...
THEY SCREAM "I GAVE UP!"
SHOW HILLARY YOU CAN DO IT, [this has to be some sort of age thing...]
DON'T MAKE ME CALL LOLLY...
DON'T PUSH ME TO CALL DOWI...
SEE? READ THE ARTICLE BELOW.
I routinely de-scrunch momma. In all fairness, she does not wear them in public, but she does wear them and I find them....yuccky. Ok, I must admit they are delicious to chew, and I have been known to really enjoy them. But, visually they are unacceptable.
To Mrs. Clinton's staff: BAN THE SCRUNCHIES NOW. PLEASE.
"Hillary Clinton's Staff Wants To 'Ban' Her Scrunchies (PHOTOS, POLL)The Huffington Post | By Jessica Misener Posted: 04/ 6/2012 1:25 pm Updated: 04/ 6/2012 1:36 pmWe're big fans of Hillary Clinton's wardrobe here at HuffPost Style, from her Chanel-style tweed jackets to, of course, her pretty baller sunglasses.
But as we've noted before, there is one accessory that the secretary of state controversially cherishes above all others: the hair scrunchie.
And finally, the time has come: Hillary's people have gone on record about Scrunchie-gate.
Rachael Combe pens a new profile on Hillary for the May issue of Elle, superbly investigating Clinton's rise to political power and how she expertly balanced work and family life. And! There are some style tidbits: after opening with an anecdote about Clinton complimenting her evening shoes, Combe talks to a member of Hillary's staff, who reveals why Hillary always pulls her hair back in a ponytail or chignon.
As a State Department official told me: “As a chick, it’s a big pain in the butt. The weather is different, and you’re in and out of the plane. [The staff] gets off that plane looking like garbage most days, but she has to look camera ready. She said the reason she grew her hair long was that it’s easier. She has options.” The official added, because, it seems, no American alive can resist critiquing Clinton’s hair: “But some of us are looking to ban the scrunchies.”Drastic! We're not sure how Hillary would respond to having her favorite hair accoutrement policed.
Combe also addresses the controversy over the idea that we should even be paying attention to what Mrs. Clinton wears in the first place: "Feminists and supporters will often wail for everyone to stop focusing on Clinton’s hair and clothes and listen to her ideas, but that’s sort of a backhanded compliment. (People, she’s too smart to care that she looks like crap.)"
At least we know Hills has a good sense of humor about her wardrobe.
Click over to Elle to read more of Hillary's profile, including the secretary of state's thoughts on work-life balance, and weigh in: do you support Hillary scrunchie sanctions?
See Hillary Clinton's style evolution, scrunchies and all!"