Chelsea Clinton was the First Daughter, when her father, Bill Clinton, was President Of the United States. She almost had the opportunity to be the First Daughter again, when her mother, Hillary Clinton, ran for President. In a stunning upset, Hilary didn’t win, and Chelsea didn’t get to make history by being the First Daughter twice. Over the years, this young lady has changed a lot. Take a look at Chelsea Clinton’s drastic transformation.
She Was a Casual Dresser
Chelsea’s father was running for President when she was just 12-years-old. She didn’t try to dress glamorous or make a statement. Instead, her fashion choices were t-shirts and jeans. She was also photographed from time to time wearing t-shirts that displayed her passion for saving endangered species. There was nothing odd about this since the go-to outfit for most teens is t-shirts and jeans. She used her father’s presidency to raise awareness for endangered animals which was terrific.
She Glammed Up For Official Business
While Chelsea loved her jeans and t-shirts, she did dress up if necessary. One example was the night that it was announced that her father won the election, and he was the President Of the United States. The wore tight curls in her hair, a classic plaid coat, and gloves.
Adopting Her Own Style
As Chelsea got older, she started to adopt her own personal style. When she was 15, she attended Easter Services with her parents at Foundry Methodist Church in Washington. She wore a smart black dress suit with a shirt underneath. It may have been Easter, but she looked like she was heading off to law school.
Her Low-Key Travel Clothes Got Fancy
In 1996, Chelsea, her father, and the family dog, Buddy, were boarding Air Force One for a family vacation to Martha’s Vineyard. For the trip, she changed her hair color just a bit, and dressed in a classic gray cashmere sweater and dress pants. It seemed as though she was over her t-shirt and jeans stage.
By 1999, Chelsea was into pantsuits. When she took a trip to New Zealand, she wore a smart blazer suit that looked like it was something she took from her mother’s closet.
When traveling, Chelsea always wanted to appear professional. When traveling to Jordan with her mother in 1999, she wore an embroidered button-up sweater. It was the perfect outfit for the occasion.
Adding More Flair
Starting in 2000, Chelsea realized that there was nothing wrong with adding a bit of flair to her wardrobe. When she attended a tennis match at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, she showed her arms by wearing a sleeveless blouse with a knee-length pencil skirt. This was around the same time that she was heading off to college, and she was really coming into her style.
Fun With Her Hair
When Chelsea enrolled in grad school at Oxford, she started experimenting with changes in her hair. During this time, she colored it, tried wearing it straight, and even cut it short. She was at the age where her signature frizzy curls were no longer making her happy, and she had a great time experimenting.
Over time, Chelsea got really good at accessorizing her outfits. When she was younger, her accessories screamed, “Hilary!” As she got older, she found her own way to accessorize that was more her. When she attended her father’s speaking engagement at the Little Rock Arts Center, she looked amazing with a savvy neck scarf that complimented her blazer. Hilary also chose a scarf, but the two styles were completely different.
Becoming a Hottie
When Chelsea got older, her wardrobe was entirely up to her, and she did a great job putting outfits together. She managed to look sexy yet conservative all at the same time. She managed to pull off a leather skirt and a blazer. By this point in her life, she owned her style.
Her Little Black Dress
By the time she joined her mother on the campaign trail, Chelsea was no longer a 12-year-old girl. She was an adult at this point, and one of her go-to outfits was her little black dress. She would wear these dresses alone, with a blouse, or with a sweater. No matter what she paired her dress with, she was rocking it. The Chelsea that followed her father on the campaign trail and the Chelsea that followed her mother were two different people. One was a young girl who wore what her parents suggested what she wore, and the other, a grown woman with a style all her own. Over the years, Chelsea has changed a lot, and her style has only gotten better.