Kittens, a whole bunch of powerful women – possibly even a hundred, we’re told – came out to celebrate their power. And a bunch of them made some stylish choices, to boot. Join us on a journey of discovery and opinion-forming!
It goes perhaps a bit too far in the slouchy aspect, but we’re seeing more and more of these modern twists on the Annie Hall look and we tend to like them. Not feeling the boots, but we love the color story and the way she’s working the look.
To be honest, this feels like a bit of a step backwards for her, style-wise. This is almost entirely shapeless and the print does nothing for her.
Love it. Simple and classic, in a fantastic color. The sandals make an unexpected but stylish choice.
It’s okay. The blouse is borderline mumsy, but we suppose the leather skirt makes up for it.
She has a knack for wearing these sorts of super-floaty, hyper-feminine looks, but we can’t get behind the sheerness of it.
Kesha in Halston
You had us until we got to those 2007 shoes, dear.
Another relatively simple and classic look that comes off great on the color alone. Not loving the neutral sandals, though. A gold or silver would’ve been better.
These Working Girl secretarial dresses from the eighties that are suddenly trending in celebrity land? They have got to go. We don’t mind when fashion gets cyclical, but this particular style looks terrible more often than not.
Starting from the bottom: LOVE the shoes, kind of love the shape of the skirt and the navy color, HATE the bodice.
The items all feel a little randomly paired up, but this is a striking and cute look.
Susan Kelechi Watson
We were ready to make jokes about how she’s got flags hanging off her, but then we saw all the raggedy-ass threads and now we’re just mad at it.
She’s Viola, so it works better than it should, but that neckline is dicey and the pants need a couple inches taken off the hem.
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages]