Break out your blazers and lanyards, feminists. You're going to need a lot of lapel space.

Last week, both Hillary Clinton and Portland's Wildfang boutique launched brand spankin' new lapel pin lines.

They are a feminist take on the traditional political accessory, which dates back to OG president, George Washington. His supporters wore metal pins with the phrase, "Long live the president."

Clinton and Wildfang took a more egalitarian approach. Both invited dozens of designers from across the country to create the pins.

Clinton's supporters can pick from 45 #ImWithHer pins, including hand-drawn hippie doodles from Seattleite Robynne Raye, a "pantsuits for president" button from the designers at Hyperakt and a happy yellow smiley from New York's Small Stuff agency. You can mix and match or buy the lot for $100.

(photo from Hillary Clinton – designs by Small Stuff and NJ)
(photo from Hillary Clinton – designs by Small Stuff and NJ)

"You got This," says Wildfang. We like to think that's directly to Hil.

You Got This is the name of their collection of female empowerment pins. 17 "influencers" inspired the designs, including Orange is the New Black actress Taylor Schilling, Olympic Gold Medalist Abby Wambach, Evan Rachel Wood and Shalida Popal, former captain of Afghanistan's women's soccer team. After hearing their answers to the question: Where do you get your confidence boost? Portland artist Chelsea Snow designed the pins.

(photo from Wildfang)
(photo from Wildfang)

You can pick "Hug Life," an eyeball with a diamond for a retina, or an empowerment donut. And Wildfang is donating 100 percent of the proceeds to the nonprofit I Am That Girl.

Voters, vloggers, countrymen—clear your lapels. What Trump is to trucker hats, feminist are to flair.