Saturday is easily shaping up to be one of the biggest events in American women’s history, and many of the ladies attending want to be dressed for the occasion. The march is serving as not only a time to express how you feel about Trump’s stance on women’s rights, but a way to express yourself as a feminist through your creatively curated ensemble. If you and your squad are DIYing your way to a memorable march getup, here are a few insta snaps to help inspire your feminist flair.

But like, when is this monument actually being erected IRL?!

When you’re marching, it’s important to remember the greats who have marched before you.

Iron-on letters FTW.

Fun fact: So many women are knitting “pussy hats,” stores are running out of yarn.

Just one question: Where do we buy this?

Because a lady can never have too much flair.

Pay homage to the suffragists who came before you with something like these vintage-inspired pins.

Just the essentials. Note that bottle of bourbon.

Wearable shoes are a good-to-have. Sassy socks are a MUST.

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Missed the PussyHat?! Want a sign you don't have to carry?! Brooklyn artist Gina Gregorio has a spectacular answer. Come get 'em while they last- TOMORROW, Friday 12-3pm. At Diana Kane. @ginaginaginaginagina ’s spray painted laser-cut crowns were born out of a whirlwind of activism inspired by her decision to attend the the Women’s March on 1/21/17 in Washington DC . “Feminist Killjoy,” was found in images of 1970’s ERA protests and struck artist Gina as more inclusive than Trump’s words, “Nasty Woman”. “Feminist Killjoy” represents the idea that we stand for ourselves, for our mothers and sisters and daughters, for our families and communities, and we frankly don’t care if it dampens the joy of those that would ignore and oppress us. With the goal of supporting her neighborhood, all profits from the sale of the t-shirts and crowns will be donated to Brooklyn Community Services. BCS is an organization that builds community by serving people living below the poverty line - those that are at most risk at being forgotten by the new regime. Learn more about their work at http://wearebcs.org https://feministkilljoyclub.squarespace.com/ photography: @erinpatriceobrien animation: @rene_chandler Models: @decentvinyl @mamina718 @keefsanga @lisajohnson146 @riley_norris #feministkilljoy#feministkilljoyclub#istandwithjohnlewis#peoplesoath#womensmarch#womensmarchonwashington#brooklyncommunityservices#blackgirlsrock#feministkilljoy#whyimarch#theresistance#everydaysexism#fem2#blacklivesmatter#nouterusnoopinion#offwithhisthumbs#equalitynow#diy#feministgold

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Just. Wow.

Okay, but on the real-real, if you’re headed to the march, wear all the feminist flair you want, but note this list of banned items that will likely be enforced at most major marches. Included in that list are backpacks and both sticks and poles, so make sure you don’t go attaching that sign you worked on all week on to a yard stick only to have it confiscated!

What are YOU wearing to the women’s march? Share all your DIYs with us on Twitter @BritandCo.