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AOC wears $14,000 outfit for anti-Trump Vanity Fair cover shoot

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez rocked designer duds worth more than $14,000 for her Vanity Fair cover shoot — to attack President Trump as a “motherf–ker” for not paying federal income tax.

The Bronx-born bartender-turned-politician was even gifted a $2,850 fringed suit from Loewe, the Daily Mail reported.

The site broke down the price tags for all of AOC’s pricey looks in the December issue — an Aliette silk suit worth an estimated $1,000, $3,000 Carolina Herrera suit, $2,500 Christopher John Rogers suit, $815 polka dot Wales Bonner dress, $695 Christian Louboutin slingbacks, $1,450 diamond, gold and floating pearl Mateo earrings and Bvlgari earrings which run an estimated $2,000.

All told, her wardrobe rang up to $14,310.

The congresswoman, 31, also wore Christian Louboutin heels, Hirotaka earrings and a Mejuri necklace with her Loewe suit.

In the interview, Ocasio-Cortez, who has before said she’s struggled to afford an apartment in Washington, DC, opened up about dressing the part on Capitol Hill.

“It’s legitimately hard being a first-generation woman … and being working class, trying to navigate a professional environment,” she said. “It continues to take me so long to try to figure out how to look put-together without having a huge designer closet.”

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