Christine Rousselle

The March for Life attracts hundreds of thousands of people to Washington, DC each January. A large percentage of these people come in groups, and if there's one things groups love, it’s matching apparel. Here’s a quick look* at of some of the best-dressed matching marchers at the March for Life:

*In no particular order as everyone looked fabulous.


1. These students from Illinois looked pretty stylin’ in their yellow-orange scarves.

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2. These bright orange hats traveled to DC all the way from Kansas!

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3. Waldo’s been found. He’s at the March for Life.

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4. These marchers from Richmond braved the cold in yellow knit scarves.

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5. Baby blue is always an appropriate color for the March for Life, as shown in these adorable sweatshirts from Chicago.

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6. These marchers from Minnesota had no problems with the below-freezing temperatures thanks to their Harry Potter-esque scarves.

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7. The Archdiocese of New Orleans was appropriately decked out in a Mardi Gras-themed scarf and hat.

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8. It’s hard to tell, but these marchers from Tallahassee fought the cold with matching half-zip sweatshirts and neon green hats. #swag

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9. Neon was exceptionally popular this year. These orange and green hats make keeping track of a group in a crowd of over 300,000 a snap.

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10. These marchers from Aquinas College in Nashville, TN had some pretty sweet soccer-style scarves.

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11. These tye-dyed felt scarves added a subtle-but-trendy twist on the traditional March for Life scarf.

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12.The lack of rain in the forecast didn’t stop these girls from busting out their fashionable ponchos.

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Christine Rousselle

Christine Rousselle is a web editor with Townhall.com. Follow her on Twitter at @crousselle.

Author Photo credit: Jensen Sutta Photography