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Vote Merch Is Fall’s Biggest Fashion Trend

Now that it’s basically fall (our autumn starts right after Labor Day ends), it’s time to indulge in fall fashion trends. While skirt suits with some featuring belted blazers, fringe, ruffled collars and quilted coats all proved popular up on the Fall 2020 runways, the real breakout trend of the season wasn’t paraded down a catwalk. We’re talking about vote merch.

Whether you’re a Democrat, Republican, Independent or a member of the Birthday Party, you can rock vote merch. And there are lots of items to choose from. Like the exact same necklace Michelle Obama wore for her speech at the 2020 Democratic National Convention. Or statement-making black boots courtesy of both Stuart Weitzman and Naturalizer. Earrings, tees, hoodies and even socks are also super stylish ways to share the message.

Usually we tell you not to overdo it by wearing one trend head to toe, but we’ll let it slide this time. So don’t be afraid to rock a tee with a necklace and earrings along with Brother Vellies’ cool canvas sneakers while you fill out your ballot at home.

Ahead, shop the best vote merch to wear nonstop before the November election.