Hillary Clinton Supporters Are Wearing White To Vote & Here's How You Can Rock The Look At The Polls

PHILADELPHIA, PA - JULY 28: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton delivers remarks during the fourth day of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center, July 28, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton received the number of votes needed to secure the party's nomination. An estimated 50,000 people are expected in Philadelphia, including hundreds of protesters and members of the media. The four-day Democratic National Convention kicked off July 25. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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In addition to Nasty Woman T-shirts and #I’mWithHer garms, Hillary Clinton supporters are dressing in white attire for Election Day, the Boston Globe reported. While it is rare to see all-white outfits amidst the fall season, Clinton fans have been spotted in head-to-toe white ensembles at the early voting polls. Some are posting pictures of their all-white outfits to various forms of social media with the hashtag #WearAllWhiteToVote, according to Refinery29.

So what’s the deal with the head-to-toe white attire? In July 2016, Clinton accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination as presidential candidate in an all-white Ralph Lauren suit, PopSugar reported. While Clinton has worn white on quite a few occasions, her all-white ensemble, as pointed out by The New York Times, was likely in reference to the attire of the women’s suffragette movement whose uniforms consisted of the colors white, purple, and gold. Now, as an homage to both Clinton and the women's movement, Clinton supporters are dressing in white to vote.

Election Day is Nov. 8, so if you're planning to vote Clinton (or just love to rock a bright white or winter white situation) and want to show your support, here are some pieces to get you into the democratic spirit.

1. Statement Jacket

Military Style Blazer White, $59.50, missguided.com

Polish off your all-white outfit with this statement blazer.

2. Sophisticated Dress

Asos Curve Wiggle Dress With Knot Front, $68, asos.com

This bodycon midi is both sophisticated and stylish. The perfect Election Day outfit, no?

3. Blouse

The Silk Round Collar, $78, everlane.com

A silk white blouse is a must-have wardrobe essential.

4. Bomber

Plus Size Bomber Jacket, $29.90, forever21.com

The bomber trend is here to stay, so white not invest in an all-white version?

5. Button-Front Skirt

Vero Moda Button Front Denim A Line Skirt, $36, asos.com

Not sure about white after Labor Day? Try this not-so-stark white denim skirt.

6. Jumpsuit

Plus Size Tuxedo Jumpsuit, $20, charlotterusse.com

Throw a blazer over this jumpsuit for work or rock it solo for a night out with the girls.

7. Classic Tee

Boatneck Top, $12.90, zara.com

You can never have too many white tees.

8. Blazer

Vince Camuto One Button Blazer, $165, nordstrom.com

Let people know you mean business with this sophisticated white blazer.

9. Booties

Heeled White Leather Ankle Boot, $119, zara.com

Get in on the white footwear trend with these little leather booties.

10. Not-So-Simple Tee

Plus Size White Cross Front T Shirt, $20.40, missguided.com

This not so simple white tee is a wardrobe necessity. 

11. Fit and Flare Dress

Asos Mini Sundress With Full Skirt, $24, asos.com

Make this sundress fall appropriate by pairing it with a chunky knit and knee-high boots.

12. Oxford

Asos Mailbox Wide Fit Leather Brogues, $37, asos.com

Practical and fashionable, these white brogues are a fall must.

13. Wide Leg Trousers

Pintuck Wide Leg Pants White, $51, missguided.com

Enhance your work attire with a pair of white pleated pants.

No matter what your choice on Nov. 8, these white pieces will make sure you're voting in style.

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