Is it sexist to comment on Hillary's clothes?

God, no. If any of the male candidates don apparel that seems to have been thrown together out of carpet remnants, you can be sure I'll comment on their sartorial excesses, too.

Men have less range--less scope to look good, and therefore, less scope to look bad. This is in some sense unfairly restrictive, suppressing their right to self-expression, but it also means that they never venture into the carpet zone. Women can achieve the same effect by dressing very, very conservatively. When they don't, I think their wardrobe choices, like their haircuts and their verbal tics and every other superficially amusing characteristic, are fair game.