With Pride month in full swing, tons of brands have released rainbow-splashed collections that we’re dying to get our hands on. Although we can’t attend a parade this year, you better believe we’re going to get fully decked out in Pride gear anyway. Plus, all the brands featured below donate to LGBTQIA+ organizations, so we’re happy to support them. Here, eight Pride collection pieces in our cart right now.
Celebrate Pride Month & Support Vital LBGTQIA+ Organizations with These 8 Pieces
1. Asos Design X Glaad& Unisex T-shirt With Unity Logo
Asos Design collaborated with GLAAD to create this relaxed fit unisex tee. 100 percent of the profits go GLAAD and supporting the & Movement, “a call for vulnerable communities to explore their intersectional identities and work together to create a more inclusive culture and achieve collective liberation.”
2. Reebok Zig Kinetica Pride Shoes
Between the tie-dye upper and supportive cushioning, these just might be the sneaker of the summer. Reebok’s Zig Kinetica Pride Shoes are part of its All Types of Love collection, which features shoes and apparel specifically for Pride month. When it debuted the collection, the brand also donated $75,000 to the It Gets Better Project, a program at showing LGBTQIA+ youth that there is hope for the future.
3. Abercrombie & Fitch X The Trevor Project Pride Tie-dye Hoodie
We’re suckers for a good tie-dye hoodie these days, and the fact that Abercrombie & Fitch created it in partnership with the Trevor Project, a confidential suicide hotline for LGBTQIA+ youth, just makes us love this one even more. The retailer has donated $200,000 to the organization, and pledged an extra $200,000 towards funding initiatives that support BIPOC.
4. Levi’s Pride Oversize Trucker Jacket
Embroidered with “Use Your Voice!” on the back and tie-dyed in in the colors of the Transgender Pride Flag, this Levi’s denim jacket definitely caught our eye. 100 percent of the net profits from the brand’s Pride collection will be donated to OutRight Action International, an international LGBTQIA+ human rights organization.
5. Banana Republic Pride 2020 Rainbow Knit Maxi Dress
The Pride theme is all the more reason to wear this rainbow knit maxi all summer long. Just note that some buyers say it runs large. Banana Republic is donating $60,000 to the United Nations Foundation to support the UN Free & Equal Campaign for LGBTQIA+ equality.
6. Torrid Celebrate Love Is Love Black Slub Tank
Plus-size brand Torrid worked with GLAAD to create a line of Pride clothing, including this simple Love is Love tank. 20 percent of sales from the collection will go to the Torrid Foundation in support of GLAAD and its mission to promote LGBTQIA+ acceptance.
7. Kate Spade Rainbow Tote
This rainbow-strapped bag is so popular, it’s backordered until June 25. But we trust that it’s worth the wait. Plus, Kate Spade is donating $25,000 to the Trevor Project.
8. Teva Midform Universal Rainbow Pride Sandal
The comfortable soles and rainbow straps of these all-gender sandals are made from recycled plastic bottles, which is a huge win in our book. To show its support, Teva donated $20,000 to the It Gets Better Project.
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