Pride colors are in for the rest of the summer.

Pride season is in full swing and we’re not going to let it end just because it’s the middle of summer. In fact, we’ve found loads of ways to keep your Pride spirit alive even as the temperatures rise and fall. Here are some of our favorite pride-themed items that will help you stay stylish this season:

Rainbow nails are still a thing.

Rainbow nails are a classic Pride look, and for good reason. They’re colorful and fun to wear, but they also serve as a great way to show support for the LGBTQ+ community. You can do rainbow nails in any style you want—from simple half-moon tips to full-on glitter manis with every color of the rainbow. If you’re scared of nail art or just don’t have time for intricate designs today, no worries: There are plenty of other options available.

Clothes don’t get more rainbow than this.

Pride is a celebration of the LGBTQ community, and it’s also a way to show your support. And if you want to show your support in even more visible ways, there are a few things you can do around clothing.

  • Go all-out rainbow: Some people may not be able to go full-on rainbow on a daily basis (or even for an entire week), but if you have a big event coming up that calls for your boldest dress or suit—like Pride itself—then this is the time to go all out with bright colors that scream “Proud!” And if that means wearing purple shoes or pink socks under navy slacks? Then so be it!

  • Go monochromatic: A subtle but still noticeable change from the usual black-and-white ensemble, going monochromatic in one color makes it possible to rock some vibrant hues without actually having them smack you in the face while walking down the street. Plus, this look is perfect for those who want something slightly different but don’t want their wardrobe overhauled completely; just choose one item per dayand then add other accessories like rings or necklaces accordingly.

Biking gear that celebrates Pride.

  • Bicycling helmets.

  • Bike jerseys.

  • Bike shorts.

  • Bike socks.

  • Bikes shoes (i.e., cleated, cycling-specific footwear).

  • Bicycle gloves for both men and women If you’re going to go full-on Pride with your biking gear, make sure that everything on your bike is in line with the theme too!

Rainbow flag jewelry.

The rainbow flag is a symbol of the LGBTQ community. It consists of six colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet. The flag was designed in 1978 by San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker.

Baker chose to use the colors that would form a natural color progression from red to violet (ROYGBIV). Each color has its own meaning:

Rainbow socks that you can wear under your Pride pants.

The rainbow is in, and it’s here to stay. Rainbow-adorned clothing isn’t just for Pride parades anymore—it’s become a fashion staple! Rainbow-colored socks are a great way for anyone to show their Pride, no matter where they are or what they’re doing. Whether you’re at work or school, these colorful accessories can bring out the best in even the most conservative wardrobe.

There’s still time to rep some rainbows and look great doing it.

Pride colors are in for the rest of the summer. There’s still time to rep some rainbows and look great doing it. Pride month is here, so you may as well put on your favorite color and go out there! The LGBTQ+ community has been around for decades, and they’ve made a lot of progress towards equality over that time period. People who identify as part of this group have always had to fight for their rights— rainbow colors have become a symbol of pride and hope for many people around the world. They help show others that we’re all equal under our shared humanity; no matter what differences we may have from one another (race/gender/sexual orientation), we’re all here together on this planet Earth where we need each other just as much as anyone else does!


We’re so happy that you’ve found these great ways to celebrate Pride! Whatever your style, there are plenty of options to choose from. Please feel free to message us if you have any questions by clicking the “Chat with us” button at the bottom right of this page or you may call us by clicking the banner at the top of this page.

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