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Jameela Jamil channels androgynous chic in red pantsuit at the Girlboss Rally in LA

She frequently slips her svelte frame into daring ensembles at high-profile events.

So it’s no wonder Jameela Jamil showcased her bold fashion sense as she attended the Girlboss Rally at Los Angeles’ Magic Box venue on Saturday afternoon.

The actress, 32, nailed androgynous chic as she donned a bright red pantsuit, which featured a longline blazer and matching straight-leg trousers.

Style savvy: Jameela Jamil showcased her bold fashion sense as she attended the Girlboss Rally at Los Angeles’ Magic Box venue on Saturday afternoon

Looking every inch the style maven, the former T4 presenter teamed her ensemble with a crisp white shirt and box-fresh canvas trainers.

The Playing It Straight star injected a hint of glamour into her look as she sported her signature red lipstick, and styled her raven tresses into voluminous curls.

The event was hosted by businesswoman and Nasty Gal CEO Sophia Amoruso, in support of the Girlboss platform, which aims to redefine success through content and community. 

Striking display: The actress, 32, nailed androgynous chic as she donned a bright red pantsuit, which featured a longline blazer and matching straight-leg trousers

Striking display: The actress, 32, nailed androgynous chic as she donned a bright red pantsuit, which featured a longline blazer and matching straight-leg trousers

Jameela – who was a panelist at the star-studded rally – was joined by a range of ground-breaking female mentors, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Lizzie Velasquez, and Michelle Phan. 

Jameela’s stylish display comes after she hit back at a Twitter follower after he accused her of being a ‘bad Muslim’ last month.

The Hampstead native initially took to the popular social media platform to preach the message of body confidence and self love with a picture of her in a pretty sundress a few years back – when the troll stuck.

All in the details: The Playing It Straight star injected a hint of glamour into her look as she sported her signature red lipstick, and styled her raven tresses into voluminous curls

All in the details: The Playing It Straight star injected a hint of glamour into her look as she sported her signature red lipstick, and styled her raven tresses into voluminous curls

‘Do you think this is a proper dress for a Muslim woman?’ the angry follower asked Jameela before also revealing his desires for her to ‘get on the right path’ – an opinion which didn’t sit well with the star, who is of Indian and Pakistani descent. 

The social media user continued: ‘According to your name .. I guess u r a Muslim lady ….Hope you get to the right path and respect ALLAH if you really believe in him … Sorry for my comments. Good Luck.’

The eagle-eyed presenter-turned-Netflix star swiftly responded: ‘Actually, I’m not a Muslim, I wasn’t raised as Muslim. My mother was a model and my father ate pork and drank alcohol. 

Star-studded: Jameela appeared in high spirits as she was joined by Girlboss' editor-in-chief Neha Gandhi, actress Amanda Brugel and producer Marti Noxon

Star-studded: Jameela appeared in high spirits as she was joined by Girlboss’ editor-in-chief Neha Gandhi, actress Amanda Brugel and producer Marti Noxon

‘My uncle was a catholic priest. I was raised in the West. I have no religion i follow so I’m on a fine path and all women should be allowed to dress how we like!’ she defiantly responded on her Twitter platform, which boasts 215,000 followers.  

Jameela rose to fame as a host on T4’s Freshly Squeezed in 2009, before landing a leading role on NBC’s The Good Place.

Speaking of her current profession, she told BBC: ‘It’s been really cool to watch it unravel…Because the UK only got the show [last] year, everyone probably thought I was dead. But I got very lucky.’

Main speaker: Gwyneth Paltrow, 45, passed on career inspiration as she also attended the annual event

Main speaker: Gwyneth Paltrow, 45, passed on career inspiration as she also attended the annual event



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