The Australian activist, advocate for survivors of sexual assault, and Tasmania’s first recipient of Australian of the year, Grace Tame, does so many things right, including her style game.
Grace raised public awareness about the impacts of sexual violence and displayed enormous courage to push for legal reform in Tasmania, breaking down the stigmas associated with sexual assault.
For a very long time, Tasmania’s Evidence Act had prohibited the publication of information identifying survivors of sexual assault.
But in April 2020, in response to the #LetHerSpeak campaign led by Funnell, featuring Grace Tame, the law was overturned to allow Tasmanian survivors to speak out.
Grace delivers hugely empowering and powerful speeches to normalize the act of speaking out. She is undoubtedly an inspiration to the young women of Australia and for many out there, globally.
But one thing that is often ignored or sidelined about Grace is her fashion sense. In case you haven’t noticed yet, she puts together some of the best looks for her public entrances.
Take a Look at Grace Tame’s recent outfits that we have decoded below to see how her styling adds a whole lot of personality to her appearances.
Grace Tame looks elegant in a figure-hugging Vivienne Westwood Ginnie Pencil Dress at the presentation of the Australian of the Year 2021.
Grace Tame looks like a boss woman in this Loulou Studio’s Tatakoto blazer. She Complemented it with tailored pants from the same label.
Grace Tame opted for a comfortable La Doublej Velvet Domino Dress for an event she had attended just hours before being recognized as Australian of the Year.
Grace Tame reveals her goofy side, wearing a top from Eckhaus Latta’s SS20 collection.
After closely observing her wardrobe, we can’t help but fall in love with her wide range of choices. Comment and let us know what’s you take on Grace Tame’s style game.