Stephanie Hallett
September 22, 2016 1:35 pm
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We were super excited to see our girl Abigail Breslin make a triumphant return to the small screen in Scream Queens this week, but we were also so proud of the fact that she was honored by the National Women’s History Museum (NWHM) on September 17th!

The NWHM recognized Breslin for her achievements as a woman in Hollywood — which include an Oscar nomination for her role in Little Miss Sunshine — and for her work with Project Sunshine, a nonprofit that supports families living with medical challenges.

We didn’t think it was possible to love Abigail anymore than we already did — but consider us convinced!

To the awards brunch, Breslin donned what can only be described as an utterly fabulous bomber jacket.

Covered top to bottom in butterflies and flowers, her embroidered bomber is definitely on our fall must-have list.

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You’re obsessed too, right?!

We think that Breslin, who plays Chanel #5 on Scream Queens, was an awesome choice for the Women Making History honor. She’s long been an advocate for women’s rights, and frequently posts on social media about social injustices, such as the too-short sentence for convicted rapist Brock Turner and the plight of carriage horses in New York City’s Central Park.

Breslin was awarded alongside fashion maven Rachel Zoe, actress Tracee Ellis Ross, and NYX Cosmetics founder Toni Ko. An all-around amazing group!

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