Julie Bishop, Phoebe Burgess and Natalie Barr attend the Women’s Weekly Women of the Future Awards

Julie Bishop has maintained her reputation as one of the most stylish former politicians, making her mark at the Women’s Weekly Women of the Future Awards.

The former foreign secretary paired a simple white blazer and black trousers with a $715 silk Hermès scarf draped over her shoulder and Louis Vuitton earrings.

Ms Bishop continued the pops of color in her shoes and handbag, opting for warm tones to match her red lip.

The former Liberal Party heavyweight was joined by some of Australia’s most prominent women including former WAG Phoebe Burgess and TV stars such as Natalie Barr, Melissa Doyle and Sarah Harris.

Ms Burgess wore silky ensembles with a unique ‘malted milk’ print, pairing trousers with a matching long kimono-style jacket.

She opted for simple black accessories, wrapping a black belt around her top, paired with $1,075 Balenciaga sandals.

Sunrise host Natalie Barr also donned a kimono-style costume, choosing a splash of pink despite the gloomy weather in Sydney.

She continued the pink theme through her accessories, with bright pops of color on her nails and earrings.

Melissa Doyle stepped out with her teenage daughter Talia Dunlop, 19, who looked pretty in pink.

The former Sunrise host paired her burgundy dress with a matching clutch and black studded stilettos.

Studio 10 presenters Sarah Harris and Narelda Jacobs each donned blue and pink suits, respectively.

Ms Bishop was far from the only stylish woman in politics at the Women’s Weekly event, with Sarah Hanson-Young and Dame Quentin Bryce also in attendance.

Ms Bryce struck an elegant figure in a navy blue skirt suit, fitted well for a former governor general.

Ms Hanson-Young coordinated her outfit with her political stripes, wearing a bright green top and youthful white skirt.

Originally published as Julie Bishop stuns in a $715 Hermès scarf