What does one wear to address a Senate caucus in Washington D.C.?
Jada Pinkett Smith decided that an orange jumpsuit would be the appropriate attire. The actress (and awesome dresser) headed to the Hill on Wednesday for the launch of the Senate Caucus to End Human Trafficking, speaking with Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Rob Portman (R-Ohio) with her daughter Willow in the audience. (Apparently it was 12-year-old Willow who first introduced Jada to the issue of human trafficking after viewing the famous Kony 2012 video.)
As Jada stood alongside the podium, waiting her turn to speak, her kickass jumpsuit was on full display. Jenny Rodgers of the Washington Examiner tweeted a photo of the celeb and asked, "Could any other woman in the world wear this orange silk jumpsuit like Jada Pinkett Smith. NO."
We totally agree. Kudos to Jada for eschewing the typical LBD or pencil skirt worn by most female celebs who find themselves on Capitol Hill and instead going for bold.
Check out Jada -- do you like the onesie style?
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