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STAR PRINT WAFFLE-KNIT LEGGINGS
Sharon Clott Kanter, Deputy Style Director: My sleepwear choices are rarely creative, but for Election Night, I'll slip into these star-print thermals for kicks. Why not? I'll be highly anxious anyway — I might as well be comfortable in some star-spangled pants.
Buy It Now! Old Navy Patterned Waffle-Knit Leggings for Women, $19.94; oldnavy.com
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NEEDHAM LANE ROBE
Alex Apatoff, Deputy Style Director: I plan to be swanning around very dramatically on election night, and what better to do that in than a robe that a glamorous movie star in the '40s might have worn around her dressing room? The color scheme is right, the style is flattering and it is lightweight, so it will pack well in my carry-on if I have to hightail it to Canada.
Buy It! Needham Lane robe, $89; needhamlane.com
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NORDSTROM LINGERIE PJS
Brittany Talarico, Senior Style Editor: In an effort to stop wearing old college T-shirts and sweat pants to bed, I've started to expand my pajama set collection and this pair is at the top of my rotation. The cotton material is incredibly soft and the color just speaks to me lately (wink, wink). Also, if I happen to spill a little red wine on them, you won't be able to see it.
Buy It! Nordstrom Lingerie Cotton Twill Pajamas, $59; nordstrom.com
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HONEYDEW INTIMATES USA SWEATSHIRT
Jillian Ruffo, Associate Beauty Editor: I'll take any excuse to add a new comfy sweatshirt to my wardrobe (bonus points for a good crew-neck), and election night seems like the perfect reason to sport this patriotic number.
Buy It! Honeydew Intimates USA Sweatshirt, $48; shopbop.com
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PJ SALVAGE TANK AND SHORTS
Sarah Ball, Fashion Market Editor: I'll be watching the election from the comfort of my couch and want to make sure that I'm spirited, yet comfy. I love this PJ Salvage tank and short set because although it's red, white and blue, it's a cute sleeper that I'll want to wear past just election day.
Buy It! PJ Salvage pajamas, $34; shop.nordstrom.com
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LOU & GREY SWEATS
Lindy Segal, style social editor: My Election Night outfit needs to have me prepared to do three crucial things: Yoga (to relieve stress), liquor store runs (to relieve stress) and finally, crash at the end of the night in whatever I'm wearing (see, I'll be pretty stressed). I'm newly obsessed with Lou & Grey's comfy athleisure pieces, and this sweatshirt will hopefully convey my feelings with the night's results.
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MARINA PAJAMA SHIRT AND PANT
Emily Kirkpatrick, Associate Style News Editor: I'm already deeply stressed about this election. And my favorite stress reliever is spending a little too much money on new fashions, which makes it the perfect time to finally invest in some very adult pajamas from Sleepy Jones. So no matter what happens, at the very least I'll be cozy.
Sleepy Jones Marina Pajama Pant Blue End on End, $128; sleepyjones.com
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SONOMA FLANNEL SLEEP SHIRT
Kaitlyn Frey, Style & Beauty Assistant: When it comes to PJs, I am more of a "steal-my-boyfriend's-old-sweatshirts" kind of girl. In an effort to give him back much of his closet, I'll be snuggled up in this cozy red, white and blue flannel shirtdress on Election Night.
Buy It! SONOMA Goods for Life Flannel Sleep Shirt, $36; kohls.com
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MICHAEL LAUREN HOODIE & SWEATPANTS
Colleen Kratofil: Style Writer-Reporter: With the high stakes of this presidential election, I'll be watching in something comfy and active (because, yes, you'll probably find me pacing around my living room). This hoodie and sweatpants set from Michael Lauren is perfectly patriotic with its red, white and blue color scheme -- plus I can hike up the pant leg to show off my Hillary Clinton socks. (Hey, it's not the strangest thing people have worn to show their support!)
Michael Lauren "Pilot" color block cotton blend hoodie, $132; nordstrom.com
Michael Lauren "Samwell" color block cotton blend sweatpants, $88; nordstrom.com
Hillary Clinton socks, $13.99; etsy.com
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HUDSON PARK VELOUR ROBE
Jackie Fields, Beauty Editor: Making a political fashion statement on election day can potentially cause you trouble at the polls. But no one said you can’t decked out to sit in your den. So I’m voting for this comfy robe (cause let’s face it, with the holidays around the corner my parents are likely going to replenish my PJ stock), which comes in blue, red and white so you can spray paint it your third party color of choice.
Buy It! Hudson Park Velour Robe, $135; bloomingdales.com