Celebrity Outfits to Copy Outside the Courtroom
I'm not a lawyer, I don't get in trouble and I've never been summoned for jury duty (though John seems to get it every two weeks). So my understanding of what people wear to court comes singlehandedly from Law & Order episodes—which is to say I picture general blahness, since I don't remember a single look from that show beyond Ice-T's badass ponytail.
But for court I imagine you're supposed to look pulled-together and serious, yet more innocent than you would for a job interview. Like pencil skirts with little cardigans or something. I'm not totally sure. But I am sure that all the celebrities in the slideshow below kinda nailed it. Whether they were very, very bad (DUIs, thrown cell phones at assistant's heads) or just snagged in routine proceedings (divorces, custody), they all look really good. (And some of them more than once—Lindsay Lohan's in half of these pictures, but what did you expect?)
That little kid collar is so Miu Miu. I wouldn't wear it with the headband, too, but I'd definitely wear it.
Red, white and blue...but subtle. Point for the defense.
People should wear more gauzy florals to court. It's a less obvious ploy to look innocent than wearing all white or Peter Pan collars.
I think power suits should always be brightly colored and boobalicious.
Lauren Hutton would approve.
This dress was sold out within a matter of days. I know because I checked.
I love this, but she still scares me a little bit.
Firm verdict: those are the perfect shoes for a mint green dress.
It's a Valentino meets Big Love hybrid that says "I'm 100% innocent."
I love that boxy swing jacket in lieu of a cardigan.
Leopard print in the courtroom. Bold move. I like it.
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