Trick-or-treating may be out of the question this year, but no one ever said dressing scantily for Halloween was canceled.
Cosplay purveyor Yandy, the clothing company behind such daring disguises as the buns-hugging Beyond Burger costume and the leggy “Handmaid’s Tale” number, is back again — this time, bringing awareness to a bipartisan issue with sexy USPS-themed costumes.
Their new range includes two cheeky numbers, both of which cover little more skin than an actual postage stamp.
For $29.95, the mail-in ballot costume is a white tube dress with a graphic borrowed from an official ballot envelope, which reads “Official Ballot Enclosed” and “First Class Mail” on the front. The return address printed on the bottom-right corner of the dress sends you to Sexy Headquarters, 1234 Lovers Lane.
Also new this year is the “Postal Babe” costume. It’s a midriff-baring combo in the style of a postal worker, complete with a replica mail bin, for $54.95.
Those looking to send a more succinct political message with their Halloween look can also purchase two “I Voted” nipple pasties for $7.95 on Yandy.com.
The lingerie company has become synonymous with timely and irreverent costuming.
As if ripped from the headlines, other new costumes to their store this year include a revealing murder hornet bodysuit and “Tiger Queen” set, borrowing style cues from Joe Exotic.
“I think that it has been a difficult year for everybody with quarantine, with all the changes,” said Pilar Quintana-Williams, Yandy’s vice president of merchandising. She told Business Insider, “The stakes are high. But again, we want to bring humor and we want to bring lightheartedness to the holiday.”
One costume we won’t see: anything related to the coronavirus.
“I don’t think there’s anything sexy about it,” Quintana-Williams said.