.) It's the same symbolic style gesture we saw many women make on Election Day when they wore white to the polls to vote for Hillary Clinton. (Then, on inauguration day, Clinton's choice to wear all-white brought about suffragette references, too.)
The House Dem Women’s Working Group will wear white to Trump's congressional address show their commitment to protecting women’s rights. pic.twitter.com/77Oa2fAGfl— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) February 28, 2017
For an inspiring peek at what to expect, check out the below shot from Rep. Nancy Pelosi.
Rep. Lois Frankel noted that her decision to don white is "to oppose Republican attempts to roll back women's progress." A number of other Congresswomen have taken to Twitter to voice their support and, lucky for us, share some great shots of their meaningful ensembles. For Rep. Jackie Speier and her team, the choice of to don white is "part of our pledge to fight for equal pay, family leave & more," per her tweet, below.