Though Jean Mensa will not be mounting the witness box, she has not failed to mount the invisible red carpets of the Supreme Court, this time with witnesses she may be open to seconding.
And from the perspective of the fashion police, she did not take any prisoners as she cat-walked the corridors of the Apex court like it were runways of Milan.
Amidst the high stakes, one cannot fail to notice the fashionable attires worn by the EC boss at each hearing.
Since the proceedings began, the Apex Court has sat on 16 occasions.
Every adjournment presented an opportunity to switch the style up to the admiration of many who were interested in a little more than just legal arguments and objections.
It is believed that fashion is related historically to an individual’s disposition of who they are; it gives onlookers a general idea of what the person represents and what they can bring to the table.
Furthermore, it’s primary component, that is, clothes also helps in expressing the innermost thoughts, feelings and elevates mood swings according to the comfort the clothes gives.
Therefore, if the sensitive nature of the former IEA boss’ role in Ghana’s politics is anything to go by, it is only fair that she replicates that finesses in her sense of fashion.
Here are some of Jean Mensa’s memorable looks during the election petition thus far.
Jean Mensa stepped out on Monday, February 1, in an all-white skirt suit.
Mrs Mensa chose a royal blue official dress with a white Bcbgmaxazria women’s upsa cape jacket on Friday, February 5 when she attended the hearing.
For the 13th day at court, the former IEA boss wore a flowery pencil skirt suit and paired with a nude stiletto heels.
She carried a black tote leather bag with a matching pointy-toe heel.
She wore a light pink ‘wear to work’ jacket and a skirt. She held her Valentino Minimi leather hand bag matching it with a nude pointy-toe office pumps.
On Thursday, January 28, Jean Mensa was seen in a black work office pants and jacket. She spiced it up with a touch of white scarf in a classic knot style.
By Ama Cromwell and Kenneth Waotwe Darko