Beyond Pussy Hats: What Bay Area Protesters Wore to the Women's March

Image via  Thoughtful Misfit

Approximately 200,000 protestors showed up for the Bay Area Women's March rallies in San Francisco, San Jose, and Oakland this weekend, so there were plenty of interpretations of protest style. Here are some of the best from Instagram, including a few blogger faces you might recognize from your fashion feeds. These folks prove that feminist statement pieces can work well beyond the occasional march.

Jodi Bingham-Felton's graphic satin bomber is perfect for a feminist march...or any other day.  You can find one like it on sale at Forever 21.

The key to a successful, rainy-day March? Lots of layers. Allergic to Vanilla blogger Carlina Harris came prepared with a coat and hat for the chilly evening gathering.

One-half of the Moist Queef blogger team rocking a statement tee for Saturday morning's Oakland march.

A photo posted by Moist Queef (@moistqueef) on

Kelsey Issel, curator at San Francisco's The Midway Gallery, opted for double denim and "Grab Back" knuckle tattoos for the march.

Stylenik blogger Kristen Philipkoski knows that the best accessory for the Women's March is a tiny feminist. KP brought her daughter (and a sign) along for the historic event.

Leggings and army green jackets—punctuated with funny signs—were a popular choice in Oakland. 

There were plenty of men—and feminist AF t-shirts—in the crowd, too.

Thoughtful Misfit blogger Tienlyn Jacobson sported a boob shirt with her coat and beanie. You can find a similar version on Etsy

A photo posted by Tienlyn (@thoughtfulmisfit) on

Some protesters wear boob shirts, others stay dry with boob umbrellas like these marchers in San Jose.

A photo posted by Dave Mangels (@davemangels) on

The Fancy Pants Report blogger Kate Ogata opted for a classic "The Future is Female top under her San Francisco layers. Labyris Books—New York's first women's bookstore—was the first company to print the design. You can order yours at Otherwild, which will donate 25 percent of the sale proceeds to Planned Parenthood.