This year’s upcoming election is one that many citizens are looking forward to. Fashion companies as well as celebrities haven’t been afraid to express their political viewpoints and encourage voting, especially to get young adults to participate in their future. Fashion brands are selling voting merchandise this year to get the message across and some will be donating profits to causes important to them. Let’s check out where to shop for some voting merch.
This luxury brand is selling a black tee with red, white, and blue letters saying “your voice matters” on the front and “vote vote vote” on the back for $40 (click here). They’ve partnered with Black-owned business FKSP and 100% of the profits will be going to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, which fights racial injustice.
This athletic wear company co-founded by Kate Hudson is selling a white tee for $34.95 that says “Exercise Your Right to Vote” as a way to pay homage to the many years that women fought for the right to vote, as well as remind women why it is so important to use our voice this November (click here). Hudson posed with the tee on her Instagram on Women’s Equality Day, with the caption, “We created this limited edition @Fabletics #ExerciseYourVote Tee as a reminder to keep exercising our hard-won right to vote this November.”
American Eagle created a customizable, unisex white tee sporting the words “This Is Our Time to” that encourages people to fill in the phrase with why they’re going to vote (click here). All of the profits from the shirt, which retails for $24.95, will go to HeadCount, an organization that empowers young people to register to vote.
Denim company Levis launched a PSA on their Instagram with celebrities like Hailey Baldwin, Brandon Flynn, Jaden Smith, Miguel, co-founder of the Black Lives Matter youth branch Thandiwe Abdullah, and many more to motivate young voters to register. They also launched a whole collection of voting merch, including tees and hoodies, as well as customizable products (click here).
Luxury clothing brand Rebecca Minkoff is selling a limited-edition Vote Tee for $40 and is partnering with Vote Run Lead, a non-profit organization that works to empower and train women to run for office (click here).
Rock the Vote
Rock the Vote is a non-profit that combines pop culture, music, art, and technology. They sell a face mask that says “VOTE” and “Rock the Vote” for $10 to encourage voting amongst young adults, as well as slow the spread of COVID-19 by promoting wearing masks (click here).
Will you be buying any of the merchandise mentioned? Have you found other creative and charitable voting merch? Let us know below!