galleryTea Party Fashion04.14.10galleryTea Party FashionFrom Revolutionary War chic to tea-bag earrings, Rebecca Dana on what to wear to an anti-Obama protest.04.14.10 2:30 PM ETIsaac Brekken / AP PhotoRevolutionaryAn impressive number of Tea Partiers come out dressed to the nines—the 1779s.AP PhotoSarah PalinThe $12 million woman chose red leather and platform pumps for yesterday's Boston Tea Party.Scott Olson / Getty ImagesWe Don't Need No EducationMany parents take their children out of school to protest the federal tax system (or whatever it is they're protesting), dressing them up in pint-size Americana.Brian Snyder, Reuters / LandovPrinciplesResourceful Tea Party attendees wear their messages on their chests.Scott Olson / Getty ImagesThe Appalachian Lounge SuitWhatever your cause, denim overalls with a flannel shirt underneath will mark you out as a tried-and-true member of the "NObama" crowd.Bill Pugliano / Getty Images; Ethan Miller / Getty ImagesDenim!The easiest way for politicians to signal they're one with the people is to wear jeans.Spencer Platt / Getty ImagesFlawed Historical PerspectiveEven FoxNews.com has reported that Tea Party leaders are troubled by some of the zanier conspiracy theories espoused by movement members.Scott Olson / Getty ImagesGod and CountryAmerican flag neckerchief? Check. War imagery? Check. Lawn chair? Check.Chip Somodevilla / Getty ImagesForehead SpaceAll available bodily surfaces will be marshaled in the fight for freedom.Chip Somodevilla / Getty ImagesSarah PalinWhat better way to show your support for liberty than by wearing a sweatshirt with the half-term Alaska governor's face ironed on the belly?Bill Pugliano / Getty ImagesCasual RacismMany hand-drawn signs at Tea Party rallies reveal not just anti-tax sentiments but also naked bigotry.Nicholas Kamm, AFP / Getty ImagesObama-NationObama puns are cherished. "Obamacare" not so much.Bill Pugliano / Getty ImagesTea AccessoriesAt the original Boston Tea Party in 1773, colonists dumped crates of British tea into Boston Harbor to protest taxation without representation. Members of the new Tea Party wear tea bags as earrings.