In less than a week we'll know if Obama will remain our president or if Mitt Romney will take the title as America's new leader. Either way, celebrities all over Hollywood are rocking politically inspired looks in support of their favorite politicians. Here's a look at some of our favorite celebrity styles:
Katy dresses like a cartoon character most of the time but she's recently shown her support for Obama by donning a very sexy white and black dress made to look like a voting ballot. The dress looked phenomenal on the star as it hugged all her perfect curves. Do you think the dress made Obama a Katy-kat over night?
Lana Del Rey
In a new 10-minute dreamlike music video released recently for the song "Ride" singer Lana Del Rey shows her spirit for "the country America used to be." The singer wraps herself in an American flag through several scenes, rides around the desert on the back of motorcycles, and hooks up with old biker dudes. The video clearly isn't leaning politically on either side but we think Lana's constant talk of a free America might be her political vision for the country. We love her free spirited style throughout "Ride."
This A-list actress was a vision in white looking very Jackie-O recently as she hosted the Obama Victory Fund 2012 this fall. The Hollywood star held the fundraiser at an exclusive club in London. Designer Tom Ford and Vogue's Anna Wintour attended the event but no one could stop talking about how Gwyneth looked. She wore her hair loose and flat in a long-sleeved white dress with an uneven hemline paired with black court heels.
There's no better place to show off your enthusiasm for America than at the Democratic National Convention. Scarlett has been a long time supporter of the president, even claiming the two had a somewhat personal relationship through emails, something Obama has denied.
Scarlett looked great at the DNC as she wore a white T-shirt baring the American flag with a stylish gray blazer over it. The blonde babe wore her hair up and dominated the stage with passion for our president. Only one question Scar-Jo, where can we find that t-shirt?
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