35 Inspiring Female Celebrities Rocking The Suit Flawlessly

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For the majority of women, suits feel constricting and uncomfortable. But historically, they offered freedom and power—and controversy. However, with Hillary Clinton and her beloved pantsuits taking center stage in 2016, it’s been hard to ignore the new case for power dressing.

1. Rihanna

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2. Jessica Alba

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3. Kate Moss

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4. Emma Watson

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5. Tilda Swinton

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6. Rachel Zoe

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7. Angelina Jolie

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8. Janelle Monáe

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9. Gwyneth Paltrow

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10. Blake Lively

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11. Brit Marling

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12. Leelee Sobieski

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13. Ashley and Elizabeth Olsen

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14. Anne Hathaway

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15. Amy Poehler

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16. Kate Hudson

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17. Shailene Woodley

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18. Karolina Kurkova

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19. Michelle Williams

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20. Diane Keaton

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21. Cate Blanchett

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22. Iggy Azalea

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23. Madonna

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24. Esther Quek

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25. Rita Ora

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26. Chloë Sevigny

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27. Leighton Meester

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28. Mila Kunis

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29. Alexa Chung

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30. Jamie Lee Curtis

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31. Solange Knowles

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32. Taylor Swift

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33. And of course, Ellen Degeneres

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34. Marlene Dietrich

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A pioneer of androgynous style, Dietrich was often spotted sporting men’s driving outfits and tuxedos in public. The German-born actress rose to fame in America during the 1930s, earning an Oscar nomination for her role as a tuxedo-clad cabaret singer in Morocco.

35. Katharine Hepburn

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Ascending to the top echelon of Hollywood around the same time as Dietrich, Hepburn set herself apart by choosing slacks over skirts. In a time before it was socially acceptable for women to wear pants, Hepburn appeared on screen wearing slacks in 1943’s The Philadelphia Story.

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