The organizers of the Women's March have called for everyone participating in the "Day Without Women" on March 8th, International Women's Day, to wear the color red in solidarity. Whether you're already in the streets striking or still at your desk, it's one of the countless and not insignificant ways to get involved today and show your support for women worldwide. In the months since the election of Donald Trump, resistance movements have called for the colors pink, purple, and white to be worn, white being a reference to the Suffragettes and purple being the color that Hillary Clinton wore for her concession speech. But red has a particular history with International Women's Day, dating back over 100 years when it was first started. Here, some inspiration for how to wear the color with confidence today. It's not too late!