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Olivia Munn turned things up on Tuesday morning at a fun fashion event.
The Newsroom vet looked stylish in an elegant white and black plaid suit that made the most of her cover girl curves when she attended the Emily's List pre-Oscar brunch at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills.
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Also present were Minka Kelly, Amber Tamblyn, Lisa Ling and Lala Kent.
EMILY's List is an American political action committee.
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It aims to help elect pro-choice Democratic female candidates to office.
It was founded by Ellen Malcolm in 1985. According to the Washington Examiner, EMILY's List is 'the nation's most influential pro-choice political action committee.'
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Munn's look was carefully crafted to make her look both professional and pretty.
Under her plaid suit she had on a black tank top.
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And making her look even more feminine was the addition of gold necklaces and rings as well as a black clutch purse.
The 38-year-old The Predator star was also seen posing with journalist Lisa Ling.
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Lisa wore a white jacket over a white top and black slacks that came in at the ankle. She finished off her ladies who brunch look with pointy stilettos.
The 45-year-old Ling is currently the host of This Is Life with Lisa Ling on CNN.
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Kent of Vanderpump Rules fame brought new meaning to the term power suit. The TV star had on a dark two piece with decorations all over it. And she added netted heels for an edgy look.
Kelly nailed her winter fashion look.
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The 38-year-old star, best known for the TV show Friday Night Lights and the movie 500 Days Of Summer, had on a mustard colored outfit.
The top portion appeared to be a tank top. And the bottom half was a pair of...
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