Here is a brief overview of what Senator Kamala Harris wore for the final push of the campaign. We’ll start with Sunday, November 1st, when the Democratic vice-presidential candidate was in Georgia and North Carolina. Below, Ms. Harris at a rally in Duluth, Georgia, northwest of Atlanta.
She also visited two cities in eastern North Carolina, Goldsboro and Fayetteville. Below, at a drive-in rally Sunday night at Fayetteville State University.
The senator was in casual pieces for the day’s campaigning. It looked like she may have been wearing the Traveller Jacket ($2995) by Loro Piana.
The piece is a basic utility coat with multiple flap pockets (two with dual entry), zip front with concealed placket, drawstring waist, concealed zip-out hood, stand collar and cashmere lining. It’s difficult to tell if the Senator is wearing the coat in Onyx or Navy.
She also wore jeans, a black tee, and her signature Chuck Taylors, in this case, the All Star Leather Ox style($54.95). The shoe has a pebbled leather upper and the standard All Star features: rubber cap toe, textured toe bumper, contrast sidewall trim, and medial-side air vent holes.
Monday, November 2nd, the candidate was in two different looks for campaign events in Pennsylvania. She started the day in Bethlehem.Embed from Getty Images
Ms. Harris was in a quilted Moncler coat she has worn previously, as well as a Loro Piana scarf, jeans, her black pearl necklace and matching earrings, and the Chucks in black Leather Ox.
Senator Bob Casey shared photos from the event on Twitter.
Here is a better look at the senator.
As mentioned, the coat is not a new piece; below, you see the senator wearing it last November in a photo shared by her husband, Doug Emhoff (far left); you also see sister Maya Harris, and Maya’s husband, Tony West.
It is Moncler’s ‘Vaneau’ Puffer Coat (original retail was $1245; item is no longer available) in the brand’s signature down-filled quilted nylon fabric. The piece features front flap pockets with gathers, gathers at the two-way front zip, and spread collar. The style was also available in gray. Thank you to Kamala’s Closet for the specific style name on this piece.
The candidate also wore dark trousers and turtleneck, her Loro Piana scarf, what looks like her Prada ankle boots, and her black pearl earrings.
That evening the senator was at another drive-in rally, this one in Philadelphia.
It was a brisk evening and the candidate bundled up in a Max Mara cashmere coat.
It looks like the ‘Deborah’ style ($6990), evocative of military overcoats.
The piece has a slim silhouette, and features double-breasted styling, flap pockets, epaulettes, martingale belt at the back, and signature Max Mara buttons (seen below).
Our thanks to Vanessa Friedman of the NY Times for the brand identification of this item. Other elements of the ensemble appear to be the same items worn earlier in the day. Below, the senator and husband Doug Emhoff at the rally.Embed from Getty Images
For Election Day 2020, Kamala Harris wore a peacoat-style jacket in camel. The senator made stops in Detroit and Southfield, Michigan.
She wore a ribbed black turtleneck, black jeans, and her Prada ankle boots. Below, a better view of the boots.
The style features a round toe, block heel, and zipper.
I don’t know who made the senator’s mask. Ms. Harris wore her signature bracelets and Marco Bicego ‘Paradise’ Teardrop Stud earrings ($955).