Today’s hottest accessory? The ‘I voted’ sticker. It’s Nov 6., which means it’s the midterm elections and a number of celebs are proudly taking to Instagram today to show off their voting selfies while encouraging followers to hit the polls.
The “Legally Blonde” star paired her patriotic sticker with a creamy white turtleneck sweater. She further accessorized with a gold chain necklace, gold earrings and a bright red lip.
Meanwhile, the “Santa Clarita Diet” star displayed her sticker on her mouth for a cheeky, makeup-free snap.
Busy Philipps & Adam Scott
The “Busy Tonight” host revealed that she ran into fellow actor Adam Scott at the polls today. Philipps stuck her sticker to a plaid blazer, which she paired over a graphic tee. Like Witherspoon, she donned a bold red lip and gold hoop earrings.
Elsewhere, Will Smith’s youngest son took a squinty selfie of himself sporting an ‘I voted’ sticker on a blue collared shirt with bright pink writing.
The 20-year-old actress stuck her sticker right to her bare chest as she was wearing a white strapless dress. She also donned chic orange sunglasses.
Nicole Richie & Joel Madden
The couple that votes together, stays together. Nicole Richie and her musician husband both showed off their voting stickers on the ‘gram today. Madden rocked a Supreme hat for the selfie while Lionel Richie’s daughter wore a sleek black turtleneck.
The “I Feel Pretty” star snapped a selfie of herself post hitting the polls and braving New York City’s rain in a navy polka dot hat and oversized gray sunglasses. She also bundled up in a navy hoodie and a black coat.
Meanwhile, Jennifer Garner looked significantly warmer on the West Coast with her sticker proudly displayed on a cozy black sweater.
The “This is Us” star teamed her voting sticker, which she showed off on her nose, with a T-shirt reading “voting: 100% more effective than complaining on the internet.”
The “Scandal” alum puckered up for a selfie with her sticker.
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