They're With Her! 29 Creative Ways Stars Have Worn Their Support for Hillary Clinton
You may remember when Rihanna gave Clinton the most chill endorsement ever wearing a T-shirt portraying the candidate in a Yankees cap (which you can still buy here). Well, the singer one-upped herself on election day by wearing a BaseDTLA shirt depicting herself wearing the Clinton T-shirt. That's what you call "shirtception."
Julia's "Nasty Woman" shirt represents two things: how she (jokingly) describes herself and her pick for the presidency. "This nasty woman just voted today, before going to work. And I voted for Hillary Clinton," she said in an Instagram video.
According to the actress's retro-vibes tee, she cast her vote for an "American Woman."
Katy's never been shy about making her vote known in a sartorial way, but she took it to the next level at a Philadelphia event in a custom Atelier Prabal Gurung cape that left no doubt as to whom she'd be supporting.
The power of the pantsuit! Beyoncé performed at an event in Ohio wearing Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci separates in Clinton's preferred silhouette -- backed by pantsuit-clad dancers in "I'm With Her" shirts.
The star is dressed to "make history," she announced on her Instagram.
If you follow Cher on Twitter, you already know she's a die-hard HRC supporter -- but if you just saw her passing on the street, you'd probably get the idea pretty quickly thanks to her red, white and blue Edie Parker clutch.
Katy Perry's pro-Hillary outfits have ranged from mild to wild, but her most recent is this "Nasty Woman" shirt (a Trump-insult-turned-Clinton-supporter-battle-cry) worn to talk to voters in Las Vegas.
It's not just the pin Emma's got on her purse that shows support for Clinton -- her hairstylist Mara Roszak jokingly referred to her top as a "Don't Grab My Pussy Bow" blouse.
The original Bad Gal pays homage to the original Tough Broad with her $35 Trapvilla tee portraying Clinton in a Yankees cap.
It will not surprise you to find out that Lena, who owns probably the world's largest collection of Clinton tees this side of Chelsea, has a version of Rih's tee too.
Another star who's supported the candidate through multiple shirts, Demi rocked Clinton's visage -- as well as her signature style, the pantsuit -- for a pre-Fashion Week fundraiser.
SARAH JESSICA PARKER
The easy way to wear your "Madam President" tee: with jeans. The SJP way? Add a sheer bodysuit and metallic lamé skirt.
Ruth's statement is so clutch -- literally. She had her vote emblazoned on a custom Edie Parker handbag.
The singer showed off her singing chops -- and her support for the nominee -- while wearing a Tory Burch-designed tee to the Broadway for Hillary event.
Clinton asked for her support, and Jaime answered the call (so to speak).
SIENNA MILLER & ANNE HATHAWAY
The two fashionistas made their statement (and their affiliation known) in Diane Von Furstenberg-designed tees.
If you had any doubt Katy was on Team Hillary, this patriotic ensemble should do it.
Multiple stars picked up one of these low-key cool HRC tees designed by Tanya Taylor.
If you have any objections to Amy wearing her vote on her sleeve, we're guessing she'd direct you towards her shirt's slogan: "Bitch, please."
Not about to paint your baby bump with the campaign logo? Neither is Natalie, so she kept her show of support limited to a more subdued pin.
Is she "with her?" Hill, yeah!
The Kardashians have all discussed their political leanings to varying degrees of openness, but only one has done so in a super high-fashion way.
The best part? Once the election is over, you can substitute any old graphic tee in and have a totally cute new outfit.
We're guessing the only place the Vogue editor-in-chief would be caught dead in the same outfit as someone else is a Clinton fundraiser, if the tee is Marc Jacobs and supports a good cause.
CHLOË GRACE MORETZ
Not every political statement has to be emblazoned across your chest: Chloë nailed it.
Another star in the Tanya Taylor top, showing that a star in stripes never goes out of style.