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Having learned nothing from her previous fashion faux-pas at the U.S. Border, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doubled-down on her simpleminded socialist status when she wore a designer outfit worth more than $14,000 for her Vanity Fair cover while millions of Americans are struggling to feed their family’s during the Coronavirus pandemic

Worse, the Democrats tone-deaf “Squad” leader donned the expensive duds to attack President Trump as a “motherfucker” in this month’s Vanity Fair in a piece titled ‘her next four years

AOC attacked President Trump for supposedly paying only $750 in federal income tax, and also not giving into Nancy Pelosi’s politicized COVID relief bill.

Related Story: Andrew Yang Rips Pelosi For Playing Politics After Rejecting Trump’s $1.8 Trillion COVID Relief Offer

AOC Vanity Fair $14,000 Outfit

The Bronx-born bartender-turned-politician was even gifted a $2,850 fringed suit from Loewe, the Daily Mail reported.

The site broke down the price tags for all of AOC’s pricey looks in the December issue:

  • $1,000 Aliette silk suit.
  • $3,000 Carolina Herrera suit
  • $2,500 Christopher John Rogers suit.
  • $815 polka dot Wales Bonner dress
  • $695 Christian Louboutin slingbacks
  • $1,450 diamond, gold, and floating pearl Mateo earrings
  • Bvlgari earrings which run an estimated $2,000.

All told, her wardrobe rang up to $14,310.

The dimwitted Democrat congresswoman also wore Christian Louboutin heels, Hirotaka earrings, and a Mejuri necklace with her Loewe suit.

AOC Vanity Fair Cover
The Bronx-born bartender-turned-politician was even gifted a $2,850 fringed suit from Loewe

AOC’s Stupidity Didn’t End There

Hilariously, in the interview, Ocasio-Cortez repeated her idiocy about struggling to afford an apartment in Washington, DC before taking office.

Of course, that’s as ridiculous today, as it was when she first whined about it in 2018. Besides her Congressional tax filing showing she had thousands of dollars in saving.

What bank would not give a loan to a then Congresswoman-elect, with a guaranteed salary?

AOC, with I’m sure liberal tears flowing, wailed about how hard it was dressing the part of a Congresswoman:

“It’s legitimately hard being a first-generation woman … and being working class, trying to navigate a professional environment.

It continues to take me so long to try to figure out how to look put-together without having a huge designer closet.”

AOC Loewe suit and Christian Louboutin heels which run for at least $500
AOC Loewe suit and Christian Louboutin heels which run for at least $500

Laughably, in one portion of the interview, AOC ridiculously claimed she was ‘dressing the part has been an unexpected struggle, but it’s also a way to connect with constituents’ while wearing an $800 dress and $1,450 earrings.

Because nothing says ‘Bronx’ more than $1400 earrings!


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