For Canadians channeling their inner nasty woman, there's only one dress code.
Calling themselves #PantsuitNation, Toronto women wore Hilary Clinton's signature look to show support for the Democratic presidential candidate.
— Dr. Belinda Setters (@BelindaSetters) November 8, 2016
Women wear pantsuits in support of Hilary Clinton (Photo from Facebook page "Canadian 'Pantsuit Nation' for Hillary Nov. 8 Nationwide.")
And what better place to flaunt their political stuff than in front of city hall's iconic Toronto sign?
Pantsuit squad, assemble!
— Alanna Evans (@agraceglass) November 8, 2016
The impromptu meetup happened because of "Pantsuit Day," which encourages Clinton supporters worldwide to don their best power uniform on election day.
— Siri Agrell (@SiriAgrell) November 8, 2016
Proud pantsuit-wearing local Tracey Nolan told Metro that women wearing the suit are also wearing layers of political symbolism.
“It’s utilitarian, it gets the job done, it’s sort of all the things people say about Hillary in a negative way,” she says.
— Jillianne (@JillianneR) November 8, 2016
Toronto For Everybody got in on the fashion fun with a store sign mimicking those from local establishment Honest Ed's.
— TO For Everyone (@TO4Everyone) November 8, 2016
#PantsuitNation's origins come from a Clinton solidarity Facebook group with more than two million members.
— Lisa Edelstein (@LisaEdelstein) November 6, 2016
Other Clinton supporters in the U.S. chose to wear white, paying tribute to suffragettes.
— Danielle Ruth Ray (@DrayRuth) October 26, 2016
The colour is closely related to women's rights and Clinton's white pantsuit from the Democratic National Convention.
Clinton has distant French-Canadian ancestry, CBC reports.