Ruth Bader Ginsburg rocks sparkly heels, wins Martha Stewart’s approval


The heels of justice are attracting attention.

The Supreme Court judge, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, has cheated and dazzled on the Internet with a pair of silver and shiny heels. Ginsburg, 86, wore jewelry kicks while delivering the Woman Leadership Award at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC, last week.

Assistant Martha Stewart, who never let a little taste go by, posted a photo of Ginsburg's look on Instagram.

And the fans couldn't look away from the prize: not the prize, but the shiny heels of RBG.

“The last night was very special and illuminating. Justice @ ruth.bader.ginsburg Ruth Bader Ginsberg (sic) awarded the Agnes "Aggie" Gund @agnesgund Women's Leadership Award at a formal ceremony at the Library of Congress in Washington. It was such a different pleasure to be involved in such an illustrious event. Thank you Julie Offerman for establishing this distinguished award. And thanks to Justice Ginsberg (sic) and Aggie Gund for being the leaders you are! "

Ginsburg's shoes stole the show, attracted 20,000 likes and praised justice, always presiding over the high court of haute couture.

Another high heel look from RBG during an interview with author Jeffrey Rosen in 2019.
Another high heel look from RBG during an interview with author Jeffrey Rosen in 2019.AP

He often wears lace gloves, knee-high boots, snakeskin shoes and designer bags.

Still, Dorothy's ruby ​​red sneakers have suddenly had stiff competition after the photo of Ginsburg's high heels appeared. Twitter user Mike Sington published his fashionable praise for elegant footwear, drawing parallels with the cinematographic couple.

"RBG needs to click on his shiny heels three times and take us all back home," he wrote next to the bomb photos.

That is what we call supreme style.