With election day nearing and polls that are neck-in-neck, some political enthusiasts are taking to show off their affiliation in creative ways. Obama/Biden or Romney/Ryan bumper stickers are being replaced by fashion statements with political paraphernalia.

While there’s no shortage of t-shirts with President Obama’s face or the Republican party’s slogan, we were most enthralled by jewelry in support of your candidate of choice. Beyonce was recently spotted rocking a pair of Erika Peña earrings with gold hoops bearing Obama’s name, which cost a mere $32.

Gone are the days where people kept silent about which name they’d be choosing at the polls. From Romney sweatshirts to studded tees with Obama’s face, fashion for politics appears to be the new way to show your political affiliation.

Do you rock politically-charged fashion?

  • Yvette

    Lol! If it weren’t for this article I would have thought they said “Bama” – as in she’s trying to rep Alabama for some reason.

  • Pseudonym

    Me, too! hahaha

  • The Patient One

    No, I do not.

  • grw5459

    I think these are pretty cool!

  • Apple

    Those earrings are cute!

  • sashanoelle

    I don’t but I would rock those

  • http://gravatar.com/nolakiss16 binks

    Lol right! I was like wait…what? Interesting earrings but no I don’t rock politically charged fashion I let my ballot do the talking.

  • http://clutchmagazine blcknnblv

    Who run the world ? Beyonce

  • OSHH

    NO I agree with binks let your vote be your voice and do all the talking!

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