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The best looks from Joe Biden’s 2021 Inauguration

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We've finally made it to the end of the most chaotic four years perhaps in presidential history. Earlier today, Joseph R. Biden Jr. was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States, and we're all feeling a little bit like Nicole Kidman after leaving her lawyers office when she divorced Tom Cruise. The Inauguration itself was emotional and monumental, with performances by Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez, and appearances from some of our most cherished American politicians. What has the internet most shook, though, is the looks that were served on this day. Such looks that signified hope, unity, new beginnings and a return of joy to the White House. See below, the most iconic looks from Joe Biden's 2021 Inauguration.

Bernie Sanders (!!)

 

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In case you've missed all the memes, Bernie turned up looking like he's headed to USPS after the Inauguration, and we couldn't love him any more for it.

Michelle Obama

 

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We will be taking the rest of the day to recover from Mrs. Obama's look today. Nobody was prepared. Michelle wore a Sergio Hudson coat, sweater, pants, and belt; Stuart Weitzman boots; Christy Rilling mask, and the below, is us.

Jennifer Lopez

Queen of the 90s not only snuck Let's Get Loud into her performance of This Land Is Your Land, but she did it head-to-toe in Chanel.

 

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Kamala Harris

 

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The new vice president of the United States wore a Christopher John Rogers coat alongside Sergio Hudson pieces, Manolo Blahnik shoes and a David Yurman American flag lapel pin. Harris' look was loaded with symbolism, the colour purple signifying solidarity, bipartisanship, and unity and the significance of wearing Christopher John Rogers, a young Black designer on such a monumental day, is almost as history-making as her appointment.

Amanda Gorman

 

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Poet Amanda Gorman looked like a beacon of hope personified in head-to-toe Prada.

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga delivered the national anthem in a custom Schiaparelli Haute Couture situation, accompanied by this meme:

Elizabeth Warren

 

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Honorary mention for Elizabeth Warren who wore a Planned Parenthood scarf.

Maisy Biden

 

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Maisy Biden really came through drippin' in her Jordans.

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