Also, Freedom x IAAV I am A Voter, Baby Girl Tee
Who can say no to a good baby tee? Even better, 20 percent of the proceeds go towards I Am a Voter, a campaign that works to encourage voting and civic engagement. $73, Also, Freedom.
When We All Vote x Brother Vellies Canvassing Keds Sneakers
Each pair of these limited edition sneakers features a personal message written by Brother Vellies founder Aurora James, and 100 percent of the proceeds benefit When We All Vote, a nonprofit that works to increase voter participation. $95, Brother Vellies.
Haverhill Collection Vote Necklace
10 percent of the proceeds from every purchase of this 14-karat gold "vote" necklace goes to Vote.org. $505, Haverhill Collection.
Michael Stars x Gloria Steinem Pleated Mask
We can't get enough of the Michael Stars and Gloria Steinem collab. Since masks are a crucial part of our everyday lives now, we recommend checking out this pleated style emblazoned with the feminist icon's face. Plus, $50,000 in sales from the collection goes towards Black Voters Matter, Voto Latino and March On, which are all led by women of color and work to increase voter registration and turnout. $18, Michael Stars.
Levi's x Rock the Vote Cropped Surf T-Shirt
You can't have enough cropped tees, so why not make sure your next t-shirt purchase does some good? Levi's is donating a total of $2.6 million to voting rights and engagement organizations, including Students Learn Students Vote Coalition, Sister Rising, Rock the Vote and She the People. $30, Levi's.
Stuart Weitzman 5050 Vote Boot
Stuart Weitzman's cult-favorite 5050 shoe just got a November-ready makeover. The brand is launching a limited edition update of the beloved boot, with a "vote" motif down the side. 100 percent of the net profits are donated to I Am a Voter. $695, Stuart Weitzman.
Stella and Bow I Am a Voter Necklace
The Los Angeles-based jewelry brand partnered up with I Am a Voter to create this pretty nameplate "Voter" necklace, to encourage everyone to get involved with the voting process. $30 from every purchase is donated to I Am a Voter. $65, Stella and Bow.
Quay x Lizzo Totally Buggin Sunglasses
Lizzo partnered up with Quay on a limited edition sunglasses drop; they're collaborating with the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law to help lift voting barriers in the U.S. As part of the launch, Quay is donating $100,000 to help fund the LDF Prepared to Vote initiative, which helps protect voting rights and support Black political engagement. $65, Quay.
American Eagle This Is Our Time Customizable Tee
We love that you can customize this vote-inspired tee; it comes with three markers so you wear your own personalized voting message. 100 percent of the proceeds go to HeadCount, an organization that promotes voter registration and political participation through music. $24.95, American Eagle.
Gap Stand United Face Mask Three-Pack
Please, please, please remember to wear a mask right now, including on Election Day if you're planning to vote in person. As part of Gap's Stand United campaign, the brand is donating $25,000 each to When We All Vote and Rock the Vote. $18, Gap.
The Sis Kiss It's All in a Name Vote Necklace
If you're looking for a less pricey necklace, check out this pretty piece, with 10 percent of proceeds going to Vote.org. $54, The Sis Kiss.
Phenomenal Woman Phenomenal Voter Sweatshirt
Phenomenal Woman donates a portion of all its proceeds to a number of organizations, including Black Futures Lab, which works with Black people to build political power, and Higher Heights, which works to help Black women build their political power and leadership. Their latest sweatshirt is ideal for the election season. Oh, and the brand's founder, Meena Harris, is VP nominee Kamala Harris' niece. $55, Phenomenal Woman.
BaubleBar x I Am a Voter Necklace
10 percent of the proceeds from this colorful, 1970s-inspired limited edition necklace will be donated to I Am a Voter. $42, BaubleBar.
Asystem x Studio Institute Energetic Expression Sweatshirt
This sweatshirt is part of Asystem's limited edition Bound Upwards collection, and 10 percent of the sales go to Fair Fight, an organization led by Stacey Abrams that works towards ensuring free and fair elections. $125, Asystem.
Bloomingdale's x Allen Hughes Vote Face Masks
$10 from every purchase of these limited-edition two-pack face masks goes toward When We All Vote, a nonprofit organization that aims to increase voter participation and close the race and voting age gap. $18, Bloomingdale's.
La Ligne x Cleo Wade Vote Tee
La Ligne partnered with Cleo Wade on a limited edition "vote" drop, including this tee, with 100 percent of the proceeds donated to national voting rights organization Fair Fight. $65, La Ligne.
Kinn Studio Vote Necklace
This Los Angeles-based jewelry designer just launched two "vote" necklaces, with 100 percent of the proceeds donated to the Black Voters Matter Fund, which works to grow Black voter engagement. $480, Kinn Studio.
Rebecca Minkoff Vote T-Shirt
For every vote tee sold, Rebecca Minkoff is donating to Vote Run Lead, which empowers and helps women run for elected office. $40, Rebecca Minkoff.
PopSockets Rock the Vote
PopSockets is donating 50 percent from each of these exclusive "vote" grips sold to Rock the Vote, and they've also uploaded an interactive widget onto their website so customers can check and make sure they're registered to vote. $15, PopSockets.
Jiggy x I am a Voter
Jiggy partnered up with Sophia Bush and I am a Voter on a collection of limited edition puzzles, with art by three emerging female artists. 50 percent of the sale proceeds is donated to I am a Voter, and 25 percent is given directly to the artist. $50, Jiggy Puzzles.
Election Day is just 70 days away, so it’s more important than ever to make sure that you, your friends, your family and also anyone who you might have spoken to within the last decade is registered to vote and has a plan for how they intend to cast their ballot come November.
First things first—check your voter registration status ASAP, and then figure out how you plan on voting this year, whether it’s in-person or via absentee ballot, if you’re able. And FYI, all New York City residents can now request an absentee ballot due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Spend time educating yourself and others, and remember that every vote does matter, and voter participation is crucial to the democratic process.
After you’ve done all of the above, you can also spread the word about voter registration and contribute to voting initiatives by updating your fall wardrobe. We’ve found the cutest lifestyle and fashion merch to wear this election cycle, where not only will your look remind people to think about the polls, but a percentage of your purchase goes towards voting initiatives and organizations. Scroll through to see our favorite picks, and don’t forget to vote!