Celebrities Wore Their Patriotic Finest in Honor of Election Day

It's Election Day, have you heard?
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Just some subtle Hillz bling. Photo: @AidyBryant/Instagram

Just some subtle Hillz bling. Photo: @AidyBryant/Instagram

Here's something you may not know: It's Election Day. And this election is a particularly historic and contested one.

Whaaaaat? Photo: Giphy

Whaaaaat? Photo: Giphy

Celebrities have turned out in droves to exercise their civic duty, and many of them have done so while wearing perfectly patriotic fashions. Most of them weren't shy about which candidate they were supporting, either — arguably the best example of this was Rihanna. But there's also Cher, who went for a customized Edie Parker clutch repping HRC:

Yaaaas, Cher. Photo: Courtesy of Edie Parker

Yaaaas, Cher. Photo: Courtesy of Edie Parker

Gwyneth Paltrow, like many other women, paid tribute to Clinton by wearing a pantsuit.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who herself has played a female president, also openly supported Clinton with a "Nasty Woman" shirt.

Kourtney Kardashian chose to post a photo of her daughter Penelope and niece North West holding hands, symbolizing our country's future while being THE GODDAMN CUTEST. Though it's technically not an example of patriotic celebrity fashion... LOOK HOW CUTE.

Alicia Keys wore a shirt that read, simply, "HER" to show her support for Clinton.

Anna Kendrick went a similar route with an "American Woman" shirt:

"SNL"'s Aidy Bryant showed her support for  Clinton with a cute li'l "Hillary" pin:

Maggie Gyllenhaal went for a subtler nod in the form of a cat- (er, pussy-) adorned Stella McCartney jacket.

Of course, not everyone was quite so overt about their political leanings. Mindy Kaling, for example, kept it simple with an American flag-printed scarf:

And then finally, there's this oh-so-moving, statement-making look Taylor Swift wore to the polls. Bravo for taking such a bold stance, Taylor!

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