Even while kicking back, the soon-to-be vice president's fashion is on point. In a video posted on TikTok and Instagram by her niece Meena Harris, Kamala Harris wears "the future is female" socks along with a soft, dusty rose-colored pantsuit. Although a suit isn't normally my go-to loungewear, Harris clearly knows how to drive home a message in big and small ways.
It's not often voters get to see politicians in their natural habitats, but the 56-year-old is clearly very close with her family. As she reclines on a comfy-looking brown chair, Meena, the daughter of Harris' younger sister, Maya, offers her aunt some "Im-peach-mints" in a small jar. The pun isn't lost on Harris, as the vice president-elect's serious face quickly dissolves into laughter. I can't think of a better snack to enjoy after President Trump's second impeachment on Jan. 13.
As professional as she looks even at home, eagle-eyed viewers were quick to spot her white-and-teal socks on full display. Naturally, even though they're just socks, they're still totally conveying the message that Harris' entire political career is a shining example of. And, of course, don't worry: You can get a pair of the socks for yourself.
Gumball Poodle has a ton of funky, wordy socks for sale, including the "The Future is Female" ribbed gym socks for $13. Even better, a portion of all the brand's proceeds goes to a nonprofit organization of your choice. While you're copping Harris' style, you may also want to add a pair of the Kamala ribbed gym socks ($13, Gumball Poodle) to your cart, too. Pair them with either Harris' favorite Converse or Timberlands, and your style will rival that of the vice president-elect's.
With Inauguration Day fast approaching on Jan. 20, voters have a lot more subtle, presidential fashion to look forward to from Harris. Although I doubt we'll see much of the dressed-down version of her, I'm looking forward to seeing what other styles she has up her blazer sleeves.
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