Ladies, we will pay for buckets and gallons of mimosas if you’ll just let us sit in next time. To prove our love, we will now judge your style choices, but kindly! Because you all did pretty great! Kudos for showing up looking like a team by not surrendering a bit of your hard-won individuality.
Mary Steenburgen in Oscar de la Renta
Clean, minimalist chic, which is exactly what she should be working at all times. This is perfect, down to the minaudiere and jewelry.
Jane Fonda in Brandon Maxwell
BAM. Another look that’s perfectly on-brand and on-point for the wearer. The colors are bold, the waist is cinched, the hair and face are flawlessly set, and Miss Jane Fonda is ready for her close-up.
Candice Bergen in Gucci
This is such a cute surprise. We had no expectations for Miss Candice’s approach to the red carpet, but we’re tickled to see that she likes a little glamour and whimsy.
Diane Keaton (with her kids Duke and Dexter)
And you pretty much can’t get more Diane Keaton than that. It’s basically Diane Keaton cosplay. But this is probably the most well-coordinated look of all, since she and her fam are clearly styled in the Keaton mode.
They all look great. Even better, they all offer different ways for mature women to express their style. There’s no one way to do it, and it’s great to see that illustrated so handily, not to mention stylishly.
Mary Steenburgen: Oscar de la Renta White Wrapeffect Silkcrepe Jumpsuit | Beladora Jewelry | Judith Leiber Clutch | Sergio Rossi Shoes
Styled by Amanda Lim | Hair by Steven Mason | Makeup by Tamah Krinsky
Jane Fonda: Brandon Maxwell Ensemble from the Spring 2018 Collection | Vhernier Jewelry | Salvatore Ferragamo Bag | Sarah Flint Shoes
Styled by Tanya Gill | Hair by Jonathan Hanousek | Makeup by David De Leon
Candice Bergen: Gucci ‘Snow White’ Sequin-embellished Sweater
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com, oscardelarenta.com, gucci.com – Video Credit: Paramount Pictures via YouTube.com]