During last Fridays (Sep. 26) presidential debates, John McCain and Barack Obama showed their true colors, according to color expert Tori Hartman.
Hartman says McCains grey suit showed off his executive personality, while his blue-collar shirt was a way to appeal to working class voters.
She also thinks McCains red and white striped tie was an effort to tone down his hot head image and applauds his color combination for showing he stands for his convictions.
Obama opted for a white shirt under his grey suit, which Hartman thinks is an effort to gain some of McCains executive look.
However, she believes his white shirt shows hes unable to absorb information.
Hartman also says Obamas dark red tie shows hes a profound and heartfelt person, and will provide service to America.
Hartman says the candidates clothes give good clues into who they really are and should be factored in on Election Day (Nov. 4).
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