Forget wearing your heart on your sleeve — these days stars are all about supporting causes with statements and slogans printed across their chests, backs, arms or any other spot they can find! From the Time’s Up t-shirts that were a favorite of those attending the 2018 Women’s March to Connie Britton’s statement sweater with the words “Poverty is sexist” woven across at the Golden Globes to Kerry Washington‘s message that we should all “Come Together,” celebs are saying things in style. Keep scrolling for our favorite looks with inspiring, cause-supporting printed messages!
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Olivia Wilde’s Cause-Supporting Tee
The actress stepped out with a My Sister T-shirt sporting the message “The more we are a choir, the more the tune is forced to change.” Not only is it an inspiring thought, but 25 percent of the proceeds of the $38 shirt goes to support Girls’ Education and Mentoring Services.
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Kerry Washington’s Jacket
The actress wore this $795 Alice + Olivia x The Beatles Lonnie Embellished Bomber in ode to the British band’s iconic song during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday, January 30.
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The Message of the Women’s March
Felicity Huffman, Elizabeth Banks, Eva Longoria, Olivia Munn and Lupita Nyong'o attended the the 2018 Women's March in L.A. on Saturday, January 20 in varying Time’s Up designs.
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Connie Britton’s Meals-Based Mission
While most actresses wore black dresses to the 2018 Golden Globes, Connie Britton donned in a $380 black Lingua Franca “Poverty is sexist” sweater. The brand was donating $100 of each purchase of the top to the organization Camfed, which seeks to eradicate poverty and send girls to school.
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Hollywood’s Common Bond
Natalie Portman, Jessica Chastain, Edgar Ramirez, Laura Dern and Eva Longoria are just a few of the stars who got together in the days leading up to the 2018 Golden Globes to spread the word about Time’s Up, and the work it is doing to create safe and equal workplaces across industries.
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Jessica Chastain’s Late Night Memo
The actress arrived at her Jimmy Kimmel Live appearance on Wednesday, January 3 wearing one of the first Time’s Up t-shirts.
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Emily Ratajkowski’s Real Talk
While strolling on the Place Vendome in Paris in March 2017, the model made her opinions loud and clear with her “Feminist AF” t-shirt.
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Prabal Gurung’s Empowering T-shirts
For his Fall-Winter 2017 collection, the designer created a series of inspiring t-shirts that advocated equality, female empowerment and self-acceptance that models wore during the runway show’s finale.
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Katy Perry’s Coat of Arms
During her performance of “Chained to the Rhythm” at the 2017 Grammys, the singer accented her simple white suit and sneakers with a “Persist” armband.
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Rhianna’s Simple Statement
Bad Girl RiRi was casually conversational, pairing her Dior “We Should All Be Feminists” tee with ripped jeans, a pinstripe jacket and work boots.
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Yara Shahidi’s Strong Sentiment
In honor of the 2018 Women’s March, the Grown-ish actress posted a throwback pic on Instagram to the historic 2017 march, at which she wore a “Stronger Together” t-shirt.
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Dior’s Feminist Flair
Designer Maria Grazia Chiuri sent models down the runway at the Christian Dior Spring-Summer 2017 show in Paris wearing “We Should All Be Feminists” t-shirts that were later spotted on stars like Jennifer Lawrence and Rhianna.
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