New ‘sexy mail-in ballot’ Halloween costumes unveiled with one only including two STICKERS to cover your nipples

HALLOWEEN may look a little different this year, but when it comes to seductive attire Yandy still has costume lovers covered with their latest “Sexy Political Election” line.

Yandy is known for their sexy costumes centered around popular topics – and with the 2020 presidential election approaching the company is tackling the post office with their "Postal Babe" and "Sexy Mail-In Ballot" attire.

The costumes, which are a part of their “Sexy Political Election” series, includes a skin-tight mail-in ballot or a cropped-top USPS workers outfit.

For $29.95, the mail-in ballot costume is made of a white tube dress that reads “Official Ballot Enclosed” with two “I Voted” stickers and “First Class Mail” printed on the front.

The return address is printed on the bottom-right corner of the dress that sends the “First Class Mail” to Sexy Headquarters, 1234 Lovers Lane.

Yandy’s political election series includes a “Postal Babe” costume, which includes a cropped baby-blue top with “letter carrier” printed on the navy hot pants in the style of a postal worker.


The sexy postal worker costume also comes complete with a replica mail bin for $54.95.

For those costume lovers looking to make a political statement, the brand also has “I Voted” nipple stickers for $7.95.

The company has become synonymous with timely and trendy costumes.

If dressing up in their sexy political line isn't what shoppers are looking for Yandy's wide variety includes a revealing murder hornet bodysuit and a “Tiger Queen” set, a style from the Netflix series Tiger King.

“I think that it has been a difficult year for everybody with quarantine, with all the changes,” Pilar Quintana-Williams, vice president of merchandising, told Business Insider.

“The stakes are high. But again, we want to bring humor and we want to being lightheartedness to the holiday,” she said.

Although, one costume you won’t find on Yandy’s website is anything related to the coronavirus pandemic.

“I don’t think there’s anything sexy about it,” Quintana-Williams said.

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