US Presidential Race: A Look at Ann Romney’s Campaign Style (GALLERY)

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Being the wife of a presidential candidate involves countless meet and greets, town hall meetings, and endless occasions to show off your style.

The pressure to look polished and approachable is a constant battle that the wives of candidates face. Fact is, what Michelle Obama and Ann Romney wear is often times just as debated as the issues themselves.

We took a look at Michelle Obama’s campaign looks — so how does her campaign competition, Romney, stack up in the style department?

Like Obama, Romney is a fan of bold color, but Romney tends to stick to solids and more conservative silhouettes. Romney has a keen eye for picking out skirt suits and dresses that work for her figure, whether it’s an a-line dress or belted blouse.

Romney made headlines at the Republican National Convention for her red Oscar de la Renta dress. Nailing the art of power-dressing, Romney wore the red fit-and-flare frock to her first notable public appearance.

The wife of the Republican Presidential candidate, Mitt Romney works neutrals with the same panache, wowing in an Alfred Fiandaca white skirt suit for another appearance.

Romney often mixes basics and neutral to get more mileage on the campaign trail. For a town hall meeting in Florida, the 63-year-old paired a hot pink cardigan with a simple black dress to add a notice-me pop of color.

Take a closer look at Romney’s latest looks on the campaign trail.  Then size up her competition and check out Michelle Obama’s campaign style.

Whose style has won you over? Cast your vote in the comments section below.

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