44 Chic Fashion Items That Promote Getting Out the Vote

It's true that politicians and the media refer to every election as "the most important election of our time," but it actually is this time. If you pay attention to the news and/or social media, you know the many reasons why. It's easy to feel hopeless and confused during these unprecedented times, but it's better to feel motivated and energized, which is infectious. The most important thing you can do in 2020 is vote, and in turn, encourage others to do the same. If you've scrolled through your Instagram feed lately, you've probably seen plenty of celebrities and fashion brands doing their part to drive that point home.

National Voter Registration Day was a couple of weeks ago, and with that came tons of new merchandise celebrating and encouraging the right to vote, and much of it happens to be very stylish. Feeling overwhelmed by all of the options out there, I did my part and compiled 35 of my favorite voting-themed fashion items, many of which donate a portion of proceeds or profits from sales to worthy causes.

Keep scrolling to shop them all, and I strongly encourage you to order your favorites ASAP, as election day is coming up quickly and many of the items are flying out of stock.

This cute Nordstrom sweatshirt also comes in a pastel version.

Richer Poorer's already great sweatpants just got even better.

Since crew socks are the new shoes, you probably need these. 

Ten percent of sales from this cute sweatshirt will be donated to Fair Fight.

The perfect accessory to wear for mirror selfies.

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Love You ♥️

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A very good item to add to your next H&M order.

In case someone in your life needs a reminder to vote, this would make a great gift.

Brother Vellies founder Aurora James personally inscribed each pair.

20% of the purchase price of this adorable silk scarf will be donated to I Am a Voter.

15% of proceeds from this cute tee are being donated to the ACLU.

Why not just wear this every day from now until November 3?

Hooray For was started by Amanda Kloots and her sister Anna. If you don't know Amanda's story, I encourage you to look her up.

This 14k gold-and-diamond necklace is one you'll want to hang on to for life.

The perfect thing to wear with an oversize sweatshirt.

This pretty tee is from one of our favorite brands, and 50% of sales go to Higher Heights Leadership Fund.

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These boots were made for voting

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These sold out after recently going viral, but fingers crossed for a restock.

In case you were wondering, I'll be wearing this tee this weekend.

Order this cashmere, hand-embroidered sweater now and it'll be at your doorstep in about three weeks.

Prepare for compliments when wearing this cool retro tee.

I realize that this is not a fashion item, but I couldn't not include it.

A nameplate necklace with a crucial message.

And a more wallet-friendly option if you're on a budget.

The back of this cozy sweatshirt features the word Vote in 10 different languages. 

Yes, even your phone can spread the word.

Yes, these are the masks you keep seeing celebrities wear.

This relaxed-fit tee is both meaningful and sweet.

These earrings, which are part of a collaboration between Maya Brenner and Nyakio Grieco are especially cute if you have multiple piercings.

The beautiful artwork for this tee is by Sydney Medina, a 19-year-old Black artist from New Jersey. Fifty percent of the proceeds will go to Seed the Vote, an organization dedicated to ending voter suppression.

How cool is the placement of the embroidery here?

I was determined to find a dad hat, and I succeeded.

If you buy just one tote bag this year, make it this one.

Yes, this is the silver version of the necklace Michelle Obama wore for her DNC speech.

This is the product of a collaboration with the always-cool Dover Street Market.

Your leggings and bike shorts have met their match.

Yes, that's Gloria Steinem adorning this cute mask.

Of course Susan Alexandra made the cutest voter bag on the market.

One more non-fashion item I simply had to include.

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