Today I need to talk about an idol, about somebody who change the perspective of women and helped us to believe that we can also do it. One of the things I like the most is the fact that she did not pretend to be a man, she was feminism strong and capable and you could be more or less agree with what she did but as a female and can only admire her.
She inaugurated something called Power dressing, which refers to a style of clothing and hair intended to make wearers seem authoritative and competent, especially in professional settings in business, law and government. While references to the style apply more typically to women, the look is the same for both sexes: medium-length parted hair (trimmed on the back and sides for men); dark, conservative, usually matching pants and jacket (sometimes a long skirt for women); and bold, colorful "accents", such as ties, kerchiefs or brooches. Gossip columnists often refer to the apparent transformation of women, especially those new to fame, as they shed long hair and casual or quirky clothes for the conformist power-dressing look.
When I look at her pictures I can only admire her pearls, her globes and hats. I like so much the design of her shirts and jackets.Her colours are also strong to determinate that she is here and nobody should be indifferent. For good or for bad she has been a leader, an ambitious leader who did not forget to be woman and to defend it.