#SQUADGOALS: OUR FAVE GIRL GANGS
You know who they are: they're on the group chat that's always blowin’ up your phone, they're the first ones you call when you need a last-minute cocktail fix, and they're the ones you literally couldn't live without.
In honor of our totally offish, totally amazing ((305)) Day -- which, on 3.05.17, lets all our junkies bring their 2 besties to class, FO' FREE -- we rounded up the five hottest girl gangs that are literally defining #squadgoals. (And check your inboxes for all the deets on 3.05.17.)
THE SPICE GIRLS
The OG squad for us 90s junkies, these fab babes showed us what GIRL POWAAA is all about, from flauntin' what your mama gave ya to sticking by your BFFs. ‘Cause everyone knows that if you wanna be my lover, you gotta get with my friends.
AMANDLA STENBERG AND WILLOW SMITH
These woke teens have spoken out on issues like race, feminism, and cultural appropriation, and are leading the #resistance for a whole new generation. They also hang out with fellow cool girls Kiernan Shipka and Tavi Gevinson on the reg.
THE LADIES OF SNL
From mom jeans to Bronx Beat to Melanianade, each generation of comedic babes have left us literally dying of laughter. Apart from writing and starring in their own sketches, these hilarious AF ladies have also formed some amazing friendships along the way.
EMMA STONE, JENNIFER LAWRENCE, AND ADELE
What happens when you put THREE (count ‘em) Oscar winners together in the same room? From dancing the night away at Adele’s concert to bonding over margaritas, these gal pals give us some serious FOMO.
THE WOMEN OF THE SENATE
The 20 women in the Senate represent wildly different political views on basically every damn issue -- but far more often than their 80 male colleagues, these bosses put aside those differences and get sh*t done. They were the ones who got the chamber negotiating again when Republicans shut down the government in 2013. Those same ladies introduce more legislation, get more support for it from their colleagues and get more laws passed than their male colleagues -- there's even a 2015 study to back it up.