People swooned hard over Evan Rachel Wood’s dapper duds on the Golden Globes carpet last night, and it’s easy to see why — she looked amazing.
That same evening, Kathryn Hahn and Octavia Spencer also appeared in downright amazing suits.
Yes and double yes.
*flips open photo album* Let’s take a moment to recall the other amazing women who have walked red carpets, floated over stages, and sat upon late-night talk show couches in their best suits.
Comedians and power couple Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher could serve as mayors of Dapper Town, USA, if it existed:
Think of a suit, any suit — Janelle Monáe has worn it on a red carpet:
Carrie Brownstein isn’t one to shy away from a classic look:
Tatum O’Neal must take the cake for being one of the youngest dapper ladies to walk the red carpet:
And feel free to contact Lena Waithe if you need help with your bow tie:
Let us never forget this all polka-dot everything getup worn by Jill Soloway:
You’d be hard-pressed to find Ellen DeGeneres in anything other than a jacket and button-down combo:
And Rihanna once went and reinvented all-white everything:
Amber Heard taught the world that you can’t go wrong in a tuxedo:
Though, nobody looks more striking in a suit than the legendary Tilda Swinton:
But Cate Blanchett manages to give her a run for her money:
Maisie Williams may be young, but she rocks a tux like an old pro:
Meanwhile, Solange is usually in a suit class all her own:
Patti Smith would laugh if you called this a new trend:
And Lea DeLaria would join right in:
Kristen Stewart made this patterned top an instant classic:
And nobody knows how to make a better suit appearance than Ruby Rose:
But if you’re talking suits on red carpets, you can’t forget the tiniest Canadian Queen of Dapper:
Thanks, Canada, for letting us borrow Ellen Page all the time.
Are you taking notes? Good.
Does this count as a suit? I’m not sure, but whatever Evan Rachel Wood did here was completely historic and should be placed lovingly in a museum:
And some women in suits need no introduction at all:
To conclude: More women in suits, please.