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The Best-Dressed Celebrities Made an Impressive Case For Pantsuits This Week

The jury has reached a verdict, your honor.

L-R: Josephine Langford, Scarlett Johansson, Kacey Musgraves and Marsai Martin. Photo: Getty Images 

For the best looks from celebrities this week, we can thank Marlene Dietrich and the other trailblazing women who taught us that pantsuits aren’t merely for stuffy corporate men. Since then, it’s been a long, winding road to get us to a place where Queen of the Pantsuit Janelle Monáe can read a fan for filth after they unnecessarily informed her that they were tired of her “dumbass suits.” (Her response? “Sit down. I’m not for male consumption.”)

In that same pioneering spirit, celebrities wore pantsuits to everything over the past few days, from award shows to movie premieres to book tours (ahem, looking at you, former First Lady Michelle Obama in Acne Studios). Both Josephine Langford and Marsai Martin opted for bright-colored pantsuits, with Langford in a glittering, red number from Alberta Ferretti, while Martin went for a Ralph & Russo chartreuse suit with belted, wide-leg pants. While Scarlett Johansson and Diane Kruger both dazzled in black, Johansson bared her skin up top in her Tom Ford two-piece and Kruger, on the other hand, showed off her legs in a Michael Kors blazer and shorts. 

Though pantsuits were the go-to for the week, quite a few celebrities also impressed in anything-but-traditional red carpet gowns, including Zoe Saldana in Rosie Assoulin, Miriam Leone in Gucci and Sofia Carson in Giambattista Valli.

Take a look at the gallery below for all the looks from the best-dressed celebrities this week.

Diane Kruger in Michael Kors at the Whitney Museum Of American Art Gala + Studio Party in New York City. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images 

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Source: Fashionista.com

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