13 Powerful Women Whose Style Has Defined 2017
Power dressing is no easy feat. Over the past year, we've seen some of our favorite women of power, like Queen Rania of Jordan and Kate Middleton, take center stage with their bold outfit choices. Whether they're wearing structured suits or jaw-dropping dresses on the red carpet, there's no denying that these are the 13 women whose style has defined 2017.
Melania Trump's style has catapulted her into the spotlight ever since becoming FLOTUS. Whether she's been in the news for her controversial outfits or because designers are refusing to dress her, Melania's ensembles have most certainly been a hot topic this year.
One could say Queen Rania of Jordan's style rivals Kate Middleton's — and they wouldn't be wrong. The royal has an ability to put together the most polished ensembles.
Angelina Jolie is the queen of monochrome ensembles, but trust us, they're anything but boring. The actress somehow even manages to make a gray poncho look chic.
Kate Middleton announced to the world this year that she's expecting her third child with Prince William. So far, the Duchess of Cambridge has had no issues finding cute maternity clothes, and we can't wait to see what next year brings.
With the release of Taylor Swift's new album, Reputation, the internet can't stop buzzing about how the "old Taylor is dead." She's also not afraid of clapping back at haters and poking fun at herself, as seen in her latest merchandise. This has also been a pivotal year for the singer as she bravely faced the DJ who groped her in court and won.
Reese Witherspoon has had a pretty big year playing one of the lead characters in the hit TV show Big Little Lies. The actress not only starred in the show, but she also coproduced it. She also has a sweet-as-can-be clothing line, Draper James, which captures her Southern style perfectly.
Nicole Kidman won us over as Reese Witherspoon's classy onscreen BFF Celeste on HBO's Big Little Lies. Nicole, who's also a coproducer on the show, has been making waves on the red carpet, as she was one of the first celebrities to rock the mismatched-shoe trend.