Pride month is a time to celebrate and uplift the LGBTQ+ community at parades, marches, and festivals—and picking Pride outfit ideas is arguably one of the most exciting, liberating parts of it all. If you’re having trouble figuring out what to wear, you’re not alone: It can be tough to express your personal style without overheating (or realizing far too late that you picked the wrong shoes).
But you’ve come to the right place. No matter where you’re going—whether it’s a rally, a rooftop party, or just the office—these looks will show off your Pride in June and beyond (and up your style game, while you’re at it). Better yet, the best Pride outfit ideas are all gender-inclusive, meaning anyone can get in on these combos. From skirts and sheer tops to easygoing sneaker looks, these are the perfect looks for showing up and showing out this month.
Colorful Jacket + Shorts + Sneakers
While you can pile on the rainbows and rhinestones, Pride outfits can also be low-key without being boring. Case in point: This simple combo of a chore jacket, denim shorts, and white Chucks, all of which you’ll be able to wear long after June. We especially love the subtle rainbow pattern on the top and the grass green bag, which add a welcome sense of play. (If you’re more of a DIYer, you can also pick up a blank jacket and some fabric markers and start drawing.)
BlankNYC One With Nature Jacket
AGOLDE Crisscross Shorts
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Lift High-Top Sneaker
FashionPuzzle Crossbody Bag
Mesh Tank + Cargo Pants
It’s not Pride without a well-ventilated mesh tank. If you like the one pictured, we found the exact one on Amazon. Style it with a pair of utilitarian cargo pants (all the roomy pockets make up for the fact that she’s carrying a micro-purse), some classic Jordans, and hacker-worthy sunglasses for a look that feels just right for now. Best part? You won’t be dripping with sweat by sundown.
Fishnet Tank Top
ASOS Design Utility Cargo Pants
Lexxola Neo Sunglasses
Nike Air Jordan 1 Elevate Low
Jacket + Bra Top + Wide-Leg Pants
Monochromatic outfits are everywhere right now, meaning it’s just the right time to wear a pale yellow look. (You can also throw in a peachy jacket, weather permitting.) It’s a party up top and business down below, thanks to those chic, baggy pants—but you can switch things up with a skirt if it’s shaping up to be a scorcher.
Wrangler Casey Jones Jacket
$139.00, Free People
For Love & Lemons Jourdin Tie Crop Top
$86.00, For Love & Lemons
Zara Straight-Leg Mid-Rise Pants
Melissa Becky Sandal
Mesh Cardigan + Miniskirt
A printed mesh cardigan and a clashing belted miniskirt don’t make the most obvious pairing, but the result is a main character–worthy look that’s guaranteed to turn heads at the Pride parade. Finish with teeny-tiny sunglasses and platform boots (hopefully ones that are a little more walking friendly than Bretman Rock’s), then strut like the whole world is watching.
Noisy May Vaiana Mesh Cardigan
Chopova Lowena Miniskirt
Kimorn Round Sunglasses
Free People Ruby Platform Boots
$0.00, Free People