8 Times Celebrities Let Their Clothes *Literally* Speak for Them

An initial necklace is worth a thousand words.

Sometimes a celebrity (cough, cough, Madonna) will come right out and say what message she intended to send with an outfit; otherwise, they're content to let the public derive meaning for themselves. So...a slogan T is just a slogan T—or is it?

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1 Miley Cyrus

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As subtle as a Facebook relationship update. (Read: She and Liam Hemsworth are very much back on, as if the PDA hadn't tipped us off.)

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2 Rita Ora
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Deep in the throes of the witch hunt for Becky with the good hair, Rita Ora did her part to raise tensions with this provocative Snap. (For the last time, it's an R not a J, SMH.)

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3 Blac Chyna and Amber Rose
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Both women are known for speaking out about female sexuality and the instances during which they've been shamed for it. At the 2015 VMAs, Chyna and Rose wore ensembles emblazoned with sexist words as an act of reclaiming those terms.

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4 Emma Watson
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She wore actual garbage...to the Met Gala. (And, fine, wrote a Facebook manifesto to accompany it, but still.)

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5 Taylor Swift

Feels...weird now, doesn't it? This locket representing Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris' now-extinguished love didn't survive the social media purge, but we'll always have the memories.

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