The Washington Post/Getty ImagesIt's not easy to show one's personality while wearing a black robe among other uniform, black robes, but the notorious RBG has somehow found a way to do just that.
Getty ImagesJustice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who won confirmation to the Supreme Court in 1993 by an overwhelming Senate vote of 96-3, has earned fame not only for her careful, impeccably researched opinions, but for her killer court fashion.BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty ImagesIf you're not sure what a jabot (pronounced "ja-beau") even is, now is as good a time as any to learn, as RBG has mastered the art of schooling her colleagues while donning one of these court-approved accessories.
Scott J. Ferrell/CQ-Roll Call,Inc. Justice Ginsburg told Katie Couric in 2014 that this delicate, beaded jabot from Cape Town, South Africa, is her favorite.
Brooks Kraft/Corbis via Getty ImagesJustice Ginsburg shows off a more classic look with this lace jabot.Win McNamee/Getty ImagesShe wore the same style to President Obama's inauguration in 2013.NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty ImagesThe lace collar to end all lace collars. There is nothing to dissent from here.
Chip Somodevilla/Getty ImagesJustice Ginsburg wears this gift from her law clerks when she delivers majority opinions. Think #WinningJabot.BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty ImagesDamn. Forget about necklaces. Or any other neckwear, for that matter. This jabot is the star of them all ...