Trick-or-treating could also be out of the query this yr, however nobody ever stated dressing scantily for Halloween was canceled.

Cosplay purveyor Yandy, the clothes firm behind such daring disguises because the buns-hugging Beyond Burger costume and the leggy “Handmaid’s Tale” quantity, is again once more — this time, bringing consciousness to a bipartisan challenge with horny USPS-themed costumes.

Their new vary contains two cheeky numbers, each of which cowl little extra pores and skin than an precise postage stamp.

For $29.95, the mail-in poll costume is a white tube costume with a graphic borrowed from an official poll envelope, which reads “Official Ballot Enclosed” and “First Class Mail” on the entrance. The return deal with printed on the bottom-right nook of the costume sends you to Sexy Headquarters, 1234 Lovers Lane.

Also new this yr is the “Postal Babe” costume. It’s a midriff-baring combo within the fashion of a postal employee, full with a duplicate mail bin, for $54.95.

Yandy's sexy postal worker costume

Those trying to ship a extra succinct political message with their Halloween look may also buy two “I Voted” nipple pasties for $7.95 on

Yandy's "I voted" pasties

The lingerie firm has change into synonymous with well timed and irreverent costuming.

As if ripped from the headlines, different new costumes to their retailer this yr embrace a revealing homicide hornet bodysuit and “Tiger Queen” set, borrowing fashion cues from Joe Exotic.

“I believe that it has been a troublesome yr for everyone with quarantine, with all of the adjustments,” stated Pilar Quintana-Williams, Yandy’s vice chairman of merchandising. She told Business Insider, “The stakes are excessive. But once more, we need to carry humor and we need to carry lightheartedness to the vacation.”

One costume we gained’t see: something associated to the coronavirus.

“I don’t assume there’s something horny about it,” Quintana-Williams stated.



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