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Joe Biden Sworn In As 46th President Of The United States At U.S. Capitol Inauguration Ceremony

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The day is finally here! We are ready to end this 4-year nightmare with a new wave of productive energy. In honor of our first African American and Asian American Vice President, ladies are showing their solidarity with Kamala Harris by throwing on their pearls and chucks.

As you may know, our Vice President is a proud Alpha Kappa Alpha, so pearls are a major part of her sorority lineage. She’s also been spotted in well-tailored suits, a voluptuous doobie, and a pair of Converse. The look, although simple, speaks to the laid back, casual, down-to-earth, efficient vibes that Harris exudes. As a result, Black women have pulled out their 20 pearls and Chuck Taylors to show their support for our Vice President.

This is a historical, monumental, memorable day for Black women, and women of color everywhere. From the days of advocating for voter’s rights, to becoming the first African American Vice President in United States history, we are proud to witness this day in our history.

It is beautiful to watch Black women from all over the United States show off their chucks and pearls. As we lift up our Vice President today, we also want to highlight the ladies who are showing their support. Check out all the fly girls out there proudly wearing their pearls and Converse.

These Fly Women Showed Up In Their Pearls And Chucks For Inauguration Day  was originally published on hellobeautiful.com

1. NCee Photography

I had to kick off this round up of women with this young, future leader. How adorable is this baby in her pearls?

2. Educated Stylist

Stylist Cyndi Renee says, “It is a new day in history and I’m proud to be part of it.”

3. The Nurse CEO

In Lolita Korneagay’s caption she writes, “Are you ready? I’m so ready to welcome our new administration by supporting @kamalaharris in my chucks and pearls!”

4. Keke Nichole

Keke agrees with Kamala Harris when she said, “I’m here today because of the women who came before me.” 

5. Bri Hunter

Bri Hunter Source:Bri Hunter

Bri Hunter reflected on today’s events. “Today was momentous and it felt only right to represent our brand new VP and the joy of her many firsts with an outfit similar to what she wore on the campaign trail. A blazer, jeans and Chucks. But I also wanted to honor the women who laid it all on the line long before it was safe for them to do so, hence the t-shirt (Ida, Maya, Fannie Lou, Harriet and Sojourner). The pearls represented class being brought back to the highest office in the land. Please note I am not an AKA (or any other greek) but, HUGE shout out to them. It is a great day for them and HBCUS.”

6. Rev Dr. Irie

Dr. Ire said, “When women show up for one another, we change the world.”

7. Chicago Century Club

Lindsay Vahl repped for Howard and Kamala in her HBCU sweatshirt, blue chucks, and pearls.

8. Mom Wife Boss

Chauvon Landry and her crew got dressed in their pink chucks and white pearls. “Today my daughters and I are reminded once again that ANYTHING & EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE,” she says.