When a woman steps out on the red carpet in a dressy suit, she still causes a stir. But this is 21st century not 50s, when a woman wearing a suit was considered scandalous. There are a lot of stylistic questions that tend to pop up. Should the tailoring stay masculine or should there be more of a fitted, feminine appeal? Keep it professional or make it a little sexy? These celebs each made their suits and tuxedos their own — and the results are nothing short of dazzling. Let’s see how celebs style their suit when they appear on red carpet.
Kate Beckinsale counters the softness of her formfitting tuxedo with a belt-like choker. She knows how to handle edgy extremes.
Luxury in solid white, Lady Gaga’s shoe-gobbling pants and wide-brimmed hat play with proportions, giving her a chic, yet vaguely cartoonish, look.
Ruby Rose was on fire at the People’s Choice Awards in this flame orange suit. Fastened with a single gleaming button, her blazer reveals a peek of her tattoos and a glinting body chain. And her beauty look is so gorgeous, sporting spunky side-parted tresses and ultra dark lips.
Evan Rachel Wood
At the Golden Globes 2017, Evan Rachel Wood evoked Old World charm in this immaculate tuxedo. Flatteringly androgynous, short wavy locks complete the classy ensemble.
Kristen Stewart goes the no-shirt route with an unbuttoned oversized blazer. Matching burgundy makeup and gelled platinum locks top off the look. True to her boundary-pushing style.
Not only men can wear suit, woman can wear it as well too. There are many ways to stylish suit into sexy, chic and feminine style. If you’re looking for smart look, maybe this is your answer.