Halloween is just around the corner, and if you haven’t already, the time to throw your costume together is now! Why not wear an outfit inspired by your favorite TV feminist? As feminism has become a more common underlying theme, as well as a spoken topic, on television, there are more role models than ever to choose from, and these girl bosses’ outfits are all too easy to copy at the last minute!
Any of the girls from “The Bold Type”
Jane, Sutton and Kat of The Bold Type are nothing if not bold in their actions and their style. These girls have brought a number of exciting looks to the halls of Scarlet Magazine. Pay a subtle homage to these career-driven women with a twist on business casual. Find inspiration from their notable outfits here.
Samantha Jones of “Sex And The City”
While Samantha Jones may not be the first person to come to mind when you hear the word “feminist,” her unabashed views on sexuality earn her this title with flying colors. To exude the energy of this PR extraordinaire, take your favorite girls’ night out outfit and make it spunky and sultry. Find some of her best looks here.
Carrie Bradshaw of “The Carrie Diaries”
While the older Carrie may have lost her way—spending years chasing after the emotionally unavailable Mr. Big— 17-year-old Carrie Bradshaw of The Carrie Diaries is a self-proclaimed feminist. At a young age, she once told her crush, “I believe marriage is a legalized form of prostitution.” To get this remarkable young writer’s look, pair a tutu with a vibrant jacket, and don’t be afraid of patterns! After all, it was the ‘80s.
Any female superhero
The days in which Wonder Woman was the only popular female superhero for girls to look up to are over. Nowadays, from Jessica Jones to Supergirl, there are a number of female superheroes emerging on TV to draw inspiration from. This one is up for interpretation – superheroes come in every form!
Missy from “Big Mouth”
Missy Foreman-Greenwald is a feminist in the making with a great foundation in learning to embrace her body, female sexuality and female power. Get her signature look by throwing a yellow tee under overalls with a headband and Birkenstocks.