Her outfit at the New York City event Monday night went viral on social media for her not-so-subtle message on income inequality. It also drew attention online from users who compared its lettering to Chick-fil-A’s branding.
Some Twitter users compared it to the fast-food chain’s paper bags.
“Who wore it better?” one user wrote on Twitter, along with a side-by-side picture.
Others tweeted that it reminded them of the scratchy lettering from the company’s ads, in which cows scrawl the message, “Eat Mor Chikin.”
Food comparisons aside, Ocasio-Cortez said the lettering was “about having a real conversation about fairness and equity in our system, and I think this conversation is particularly relevant as we debate the budget and reconciliation bill.”