7 women who suit up better than you

Proving that what men can do, women do better.

Meryl D'Souza May 30, 2016

Despite the fact that men are now shopping much more than women, it seems that we’re still far behind in the style game. 

And let’s be honest guys, we always knew women just wear things better. They have this intuition for how things should fit and what fits them best. So here, don’t baulk at these women, you could pick up a thing or two. 

Kate Moss

When she isn’t on the runway strutting designer collections, Kate Moss tends to rock menswear better than any man on the planet. You read that right, it says menswear and not just suits.

Kristen Stewart

We told you that she featured in two films at Cannes Film Festival a couple of weeks ago, but what we left out was that she showed up to the festival in a royal blue suit, a white tee, and Vans. That rebel-style is no mean feat to pull off. Especially when all the other women stick to their long dresses.

Angelina Jolie

Brangelina merged more than their names at the 2014 BAFTA Awards, showing up in his and her tuxedos. Jolie chose to leave her crisp white shirt unbuttoned and bow tie undone. Sorry gentlemen, that’s not a style move any man can pull off.

Irina Shayk

Trust someone who’s job is to look stunning round-the-clock to pull out all the stops. Speaking of things men couldn’t pull off, leave the blazer minus the blouse stunt to the pros.

Cara Delevingne

Another plunging neckline suit but this time paired with a stone cold expression because this supermode/actress/DJl doesn’t give a damn. She looks hot and she knows it.


Sure wearing a white tux is all the rage now like it was back in the day, but it wasn’t Jared Leto or Ryan Gosling who brought that trend back from the dead. That accolade goes to RiRi when she wore this at the 2011 MTV Billboard Music Awards.

Emma Stone

You could say she took a page out of Donald Duck’s book and went with the no pants look, but when you throw on a tuxedo-trench coat hybrid and a sheer chiffon bottom, you’re basically reinventing the game.