7 Kickass Women Who Are Also Stylish as Hell

Thursday, March 1, 2018

It’s not like we ever need a reason to celebrate awe-inspiring girls, but as it’s International Women’s day on the 8th March, we took it as the perfect opportunity to call out some of our fave female celebs who are always fighting the good fight when it comes to feminism – and giving us some serious style inspo at the same time.

Here’s a few of our feminism AND style idols we’re always loving :

Emma Watson

‘I think women are scared of feeling powerful and strong and brave sometimes. There’s nothing wrong with being afraid. It’s not the absence of fear, it’s overcoming it and sometimes you just have to blast through and have faith.’



‘We need to reshape our own perception of how we view ourselves. We have to step up as women and take the lead.’


Lupita Nyong’o

‘I hope that my presence on your screen and my face in magazines may lead you young girls on a beautiful journey, that you will feel validation of your external beauty, but also get to the deeper business of being beautiful inside.’


Zooey Deschanel

‘I’m just being myself. There is not an ounce of me that believes any of that crap that they say. We can’t be feminine and be feminists and be successful? I want to be a f—ing feminist and wear a f—ing Peter Pan collar. So f—ing what?’


Ariana Grande

‘I am tired of living in a world where women are mostly referred to as a man’s past, present or future property/possession. I…do not. belong. to anyone. but myself. And neither do you.’


Jennifer Lawrence

‘I’m over trying to find the ‘adorable’ way to state my opinion and still be likable! F— that. I don’t think I’ve ever worked for a man in charge who spent time contemplating what angle he should use to have his voice heard. It’s just heard.’


Kristen Stewart

‘I feel like some girls around my age are less inclined to say, ‘Of course I’m a feminist, and of course I believe in equal rights for men and women,’ because there are implications that go along with the word feminist that they feel are too in-your-face or aggressive. A lot of girls nowadays are like, ‘Eww, I’m not like that.’ They don’t get that there’s no one particular way you have to be in order to stand for all of the things feminism stands for.’