Lifestyle Presidential fashion on the campaign trail: The shoes of Marco Rubio, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, more By Georgia Kral email@example.com Updated January 7, 2016 3:35 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio made waves on Monday when he strolled into a New Hampshire campaign event in black heeled boots that were reminiscent of Bob Dylan circa 1966. A New York Times reporter tweeted a photo, and the Internet jumped on the chance to discuss it. From New York Magazine's The Cut to the Times style desk, the shoes were widely discussed. Because obviously fashion makes politics fun! But the shoes were also a story because the heeled boot was an unexpected choice for the Florida politician. Shoes can (obviously) tell us a lot about a person. So scroll down to see what we've gleaned from other presidential candidates' fancy footwear. The high-heeled man's boot: Marco Rubio Photo Credit: AP / Mary Schwalm Here is Rubio in Atkinson, New Hampshire in the now famous "high-heeled booties." What the boots say about the man: That he, surprisingly, has more style and fashion sense than you. The loud and proud cowboy boot: Ted Cruz Photo Credit: Getty Images / Scott Olson Texas Sen. Ted Cruz wears his "I'm from Texas and proud of it" cowboy boots at the Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa on July 18, 2015. What the boots say about the candidate: Rocking cowboy boots is no biggie in Texas, but in other parts of the country, it implies more. For Cruz in this instance, it shows he's got Texas pride and doesn't care what anyone thinks about him (or his style). The fancy high heel: Carly Fiorina Photo Credit: Getty Images / Sean Rayford Carly Fiorina shouted "I'm a high-powered businesswoman" when she rocked red high heels with a matching power suit at the Heritage Action Candidate Forum in Greenville, South Carolina on Sept. 18, 2015. What the heels say about the candidate: The former Hewlett-Packard CEO and Republican candidate showed everyone that she could talk a tough game and still be fashion-forward. The conservative loafer: Ben Carson Photo Credit: Getty Images / Ethan Miller Neurosurgeon and Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson wears loafers, the shoes of both dandies (when worn without socks) and grandfathers everywhere. Carson donned a #basic black pair at a campaign event in Las Vegas on Nov. 15, 2015. What the loafers say about the candidate: Carson is a doctor and has spent a lot of time on his feet in an operating room. Comfort is everything. The controversial kitten heel: Hillary Clinton Photo Credit: Getty Image / Andrew Burton Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton wears sensible shoes on the campaign trail. They're stylish for a woman of her status and persuasion, and they generally range from low-heeled ankle boots to kitten heels, which she is seen here wearing at the New Hampshire debate in Manchester on Dec. 19, 2015. What the heels say about the candidate: Kitten heels are controversial. In some fashionable circles, whispers of weakness may be uttered. Some equate them to the lowly flat. There is no power in wearing a heel that doesn't hurt. But we think Hillary is just being sensible with the kittens. Because at the end of the day, her dogs are likely barking pretty loudly, so why not try and keep that to a minimum? The everyman shoe: Bernie Sanders Photo Credit: Getty Images / Scott Elsen Leave it to the Bern to wear the shoe most commonly seen on any man in any given town. The self-proclaimed Democratic socialist, independent senator and presidential candidate from Vermont is seen here wearing the thick-soled, comfortable classic at a rally in Concord, New Hampshire on Nov. 5, 2015. What the shoe says about the candidate: That he doesn't give two hoots about fashion or appearances, and thinks of shoes as a functional item that everyone is entitled to have. The power shoe: Donald Trump Photo Credit: Getty Images / Sean Rayford The Donald is rich. He is flashy. He is always mugging for the cameras. So his shoes should match, naturally. His campaign trail shoe of choice is a gleaming-with-shine black leather Oxford. What the shoe says about the candidate: That he loves and craves attention. By Georgia Kral firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Celebs who've backed Hillary Clinton, Bernie SandersTeam Bernie or Hillary? Cheat sheet: Get fast facts on the Democratic presidential contendersLearn a little bit about each Democratic candidate for president. Hillary hangs with 'Broad City' #yasClinton, presidential candidate, tweeted a picture from the set. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.