The Craziest Outfits People Are Wearing To Vote In The 2016 Election — PHOTOS

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Election Day is just as big as any other holiday out there, so you know there's stylish apparel to go along with it. I'm not talking about quirky graphic tees either. The craziest election outfits of 2016 prove that what you wear to the polls is just as important as who you vote for. Because if you're only able to vote in the presidential election every four years, you better make the most of it.

Outfit of the day just got a patriotic twist. Voters are putting together some pretty extravagant outfits for Election Day hat you have to see. Of course, what you wear might not be the most important thing of the day, but it's definitely nothing to overlook. Instead of opting for Nasty Woman shirts or your typical campaign tee, these people are opting to wear red, white, and blue in the best way possible.

This Presidential Election will go down in his, and so will some of the best voting outfits.. After all, you've got to get an iconic "I Voted" picture for social media, right? Well, nothing that you wear can quite compare to these over-the-top voters' attire. There's everything from multi-colored boas to political attire for animals.

1. Animal Attire

Because there's no better time for a dog to wear a suit.

2. Red, White, And Blue Boas

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This is one outfit that proves you're ready to vote.

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A close-up of the details shows just how thought-out the attire is.

3. Personalized Blazer

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This isn't your typical Clinton suit.

4. Suffragette Hat

Lady Gaga might not have gone to the polls, but her voting outfit was pretty darn great.

5. Trump-In-A-Box

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Not actually sure what's going on here, but it's one heck of a costume.

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That's one way to do election day.

6. Rivals

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This person is clearly committed to their costume.

7. 19th Amendment Attire

Gaga wasn't the only one who dressed as a suffragette.