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HEAD TO TOE REPUBLICAN LOOK

 

There’s a chill in the air this election week. And we don’t just mean between the Dems and the GOP.

When heading out to the polls, opt for a patriotic look that can withstand long queues as you wait to exercise your liberty. Start with a slouchy statement sweater like this varsity-inspired style by Maje. Pair with Frame’s High-Mix jeans, which capture the essence of this season’s popular patched-together, raw-hemmed look. The cropped length is perfect for showcasing knockout boots like this pair by Gucci. Top off the look with a long trench coat left nonchalantly unbelted, and a tan bag. Don’t forget a few elephant-themed accessories such as Sydney Evan’s stud earrings and Jennifer Meyer’s Good Luck Charm pendant necklace.

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WHERE TO BUY

1. MAJE Knit jumper, us.maje.com  

2. SYDNEY EVAN Mini elephant studs, modaoperandi.com 

3. ZARA Long trench coat, zara.com 

4. JENNIFER MEYER Good luck charm necklace yellow gold, ylang23.com 

5. FRAME High mix straight leg jeans, net-a-porter.com 

6. PARED Kohl & caftans red and tortoise sunglasses, intermixonline.com 

7. CREATURES OF COMFORT Medium apple bag, needsupply.com 

8. GUCCI LEATHER Mid heel ankle boot, gucci.com 

HEAD TO TOE DEMOCRATIC LOOK

Nasty women vote, and they don’t have to wear the T- shirt to dress the part.

Show fellow voters you’re with her by electing hues of blue for your voting ensemble. Start with a cool pair of jeans like this pair from Rachel Comey. This navy sweater by Raquel Allegra has a grungy ‘90s-meets-boho vibe that shows off your freethinking style. Layer with a navy leather motorcycle jacket. Accessorize with a mix of patriotic pins like this one or this more fashion-tamed version by Alexis Bittar. If you’re really feeling lucky, wear this one, which reflects our amazing future with a woman president! Finish the look off with a light-blue bag and blue suede boots that will take you straight from the voting booths to your—fingers crossed—election victory party.

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WHERE TO BUY

1. RAQUEL ALLEGRA Slub-knit sweater, barneys.com 

2. LARKSPUR & HAWK Sophia drop earrings, kirnazabete.com 

3. J.CREW Collection leather motorcycle jacket, jcrew.com 

4. REBECCA MINKOFF Bojana too, rebeccaminkoff.com 

5. RACHEL COMEY Pursue pants, shopbop.com 

6. ALEXIS BITTAR Hillary 2016 donkey pin, alexisbittar.com 

7. MAGIC SOCIETY STORE The Future Is Female hard enamel pin, etsy.com 

8. MANSUR GAVRIEL Calf leather crossbody bag, bergdorfgoodman.com 

IF YOU COULD ONLY BUY ONE NASTY PIECE

If there was one iconic moment during this heated presidential race, it was when Trump called Hillary a “nasty woman” during debate number three. Women have proudly appropriated the perceived barb, and raised a collective middle finger to misogynists everywhere. As self-proclaimed "nasty women,” we have picked some of our favorite 2016 election merchandise. And if all goes as planned and we elect the nation’s first female president on Tuesday, this stuff just might be worth something someday. 

 

MARC JACOBS Hillary tee, shophillaryclinton.com 

 

MAGIC SOCIETY STORE Make america nasty again baseball cap, etsy.com 

 

FISH BISCUIT DESIGNS Nasty women vote tee, etsy.com 

 

KITTEN SOCIETY The growl tee, etsy.com 

 

RED BUBBLE A woman’s place is in the White House pillow, redbubble.com 

 

RED BUBBLE Madame President if you’re nasty tee, redbubble.com 

 

SWANKY PRESS Nasty woman mug, etsy.com 

 

AKILAH OBVIOUSLY Madame president if you’re nasty muscle tee, society6.com 

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WHERE TO BUY

FISH BISCUIT DESIGNS Nasty women vote tee, etsy.com

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