Ruth Bader Ginsburg will always be remembered as an all-knowing beacon of knowledge and level-headedness. The supreme court justice, who died Friday at age 87, will also always be remembered for the style and flair she brought to the court ― both with personality and sartorially.
Over the years, Ginsburg become known for the lace collars or jabots (a fancy collar) she paired with her robe. They have been long, short, lacy, sparkly and even blue.
The collars made more than just a fashion statement. Take her dissent collar, for example, which was worn to show disagreement and, according to NBC News, “stray from the majority opinion on decisions before the high court.”
Many took notice when she wore that very collar one day after Donald Trump, with whom she did not exactly have the best relationship, won the election, even though there were no decisions to be made that day.
Duly noted, RBG.
In honor of the iconic justice’s iconic life, we invite you to take a look back at some of her most collar-fully fantastic moments.