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With election season in full swing—and Election Day just around the corner—voting apparel and accessories have become the latest trend on social media. Brands like Levi's, Madewell, and Tory Burch have all released limited-edition merchandise that encourages people to get out and vote, from T-shirts to face masks. Some celebrities have even hopped on the trend, posting selfies on Instagram or wearing vote gear out in public to remind us of the importance of voting.
Below are 15 vote-themed items that celebrities love, all of which donate to nonpartisan nonprofit organizations, like I Am A Voter and When We All Vote, that work to increase voter engagement and turnout during the election. From Taylor Swift's stylish vote necklace to Oprah's empowering T-shirt, here's where you can buy the celeb-approved items online. Keep in mind that many of these items are selling out quickly and if you want it to arrive before Election Day, you'll want to order ASAP.
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1. Lizzo's face mask
While Lizzo's limited edition face mask is now sold out at Quay (with no word of whether or not it will be restocked), you can get a similar vote mask at Etsy. There are plenty of options but one of the highest-rated picks is this bold black and white face mask, which has over 2,000 reviews for being both comfortable and statement-making.
2. Taylor Swift's necklace
Taylor Swift isn't the only celebrity who's donned the I Am A Voter necklace from Stella and Bow. Sophia Bush, Busy Philipps, and Ashley Benson have also all posted pictures in the gold necklace, which is available for pre-order online. $30 of your purchase will also be donated directly to the nonpartisan nonprofit voting organization.
3. Gwyneth Paltrow's earrings
Instagram-famous jewelry brand Studs came out with vote-themed earrings in time for the election and even Gwyneth Paltrow is a fan. The earrings, which sold out within 48 hours when they first became available, are currently back in stock so if you want a pair, you'll want to snag them while you still can. Studs is donating 20% of the purchase price to the nonpartisan nonprofit When We All Vote, too.
4. Katie Holmes' T-shirt
Not only is Old Navy giving employees a paid day off if they volunteer at the polls on Election Day, but the retailer also came out with a line of limited-edition vote tees, one of which Katie Holmes owns and wears. Regardless of sales, Old Navy has pledged to donate $25,000 to Rock the Vote, a nonpartisan organization that works to encourage political engagement among young people.
5. Hailey Bieber's face mask
What do Hailey Bieber, Vanessa Hudgens, Lucy Hale, and Lilly Collins all have in common? They all own one of these MASKC face masks. The disposable masks have "vote" stamped all over and feature elastic ear loops and an adjustable nosepiece. Plus, for every pack of masks sold, MASKC is donating one to frontline workers.
6. Oprah's T-shirt
To encourage voters to get to the polls in Texas, Oprah volunteered some of her time to call residents and update them on election and voting information. She shared a video of one of her calls on Instagram and in it, is wearing the Michael Kors Vote T-shirt that donates 100% of the profits to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF).
7. Halle Berry's socks
Yes, vote socks exist and Halle Berry is proof that they're just as cute as you'd expect. This pair from Fun Socks, which Halle shared on Instagram, are semi-sheer and made of super soft cotton and a portion of each sale will be donated to nonpartisan organization I Am A Voter.
8. Jennifer Garner's sweatshirt
Last month, Jennifer Garner was spotted out and about in LA wearing the "Vote Vote Vote" sweatshirt from Social Goods, which benefits I Am A Voter (a nonpartisan nonprofit) and is made of super plush fleece. Want one for yourself? The brand says that if you order by October 23 (that's this Friday!), you'll get your sweatshirt just in time for Election Day.
9. Mindy Kaling's T-shirt
On National Voter Registration Day, Mindy Kaling posted a selfie on Instagram in her "Votes For Women" T-shirt by Phenomenal Woman, which was designed in partnership with Jane Walker by Johnnie Walker and benefits the nonpartisan nonprofit organization Monumental Women. Note: The shirts are currently available for pre-order and will ship the week of November 2.
10. Camila Cabello's boots
Deck yourself out head-to-toe in vote apparel with these limited-edition boots from Naturalizer, which Camila Cabello has worn and are part of a collaboration with The Outrage. Hand-painted by artist Kiersten Essenpreis, the combat boots have a 4.7-star rating thanks to their comfortable fit and durable design.
11. Mandy Moore's sweatshirt
If you're willing to splurge a little, you might like Mandy Moore's vote-themed sweatshirt from The Great, the women's apparel brand started by the founders of Current/Elliott. This limited-edition version of their popular Shrunken Sweatshirt has "vote" embroidered inside of a heart and has previously sold out, so don't wait to add to your cart. The Great is also donating a portion of the sales to the nonpartisan I Am A Voter.
12. Kerry Washington's T-shirt
Levi's has teamed up with nonpartisan Rock The Vote for a line of vote apparel this fall, and numerous celebrities—including Hailey Bieber and Kerry Washington—are big fans. On Instagram, Kerry posted a series of photos in the classic tee, which has positive reviews for its relaxed fit and empowering message.
13. Busy Philipps' bracelet
Meet the election-themed version of your childhood friendship bracelets. Actress Busy Philipps posted a photo on her Instagram wearing two of the Dannijo bracelets, which are custom-made with tiny crystals in collaboration with Doloris Petunia. A portion of the proceeds of each bracelet sold will be donated to When We All Vote, a nonpartisan nonprofit.
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