23 Stylish Pieces That Support LGBTQ+ Rights With Every Purchase

Pride clothing 2019


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June 1 marked the beginning of Pride Month, which for many of us means plenty of marches, rallies, and parties on our calendars—and plenty of opportunities to show our support to worthy organizations and put our dollars toward clothing with a cause.

Whether or not you'll be attending any official festivities, you can shop collections from brands like Converse, Urban Outfitters, Madewell, and Everlane benefiting nonprofits like the Human Rights Campaign and It Gets Better Project. Plus, with products ranging from statement-making footwear to cool carryall totes, you'll want to add to your collection the minute they drop.

And while you can (and should!) wear your pride on your sleeve all year round, many of these pieces are only available through the end of the month, so scroll through the below roundup to shop them all while you can.

For every sale of this tee, 10% will be donated to the United Nations Free & Equal Campaign. Fun fact: H&M is also a sponsor of WorldPride this year.

Wear this bralette knowing you are supporting the Glsen organization.

Carry all your essentials in this tote knowing that a percentage of each purchase will be donated to the Stonewall Community Foundation.

Snap up these colorful huggies during the month of June, when BaubleBar will be donating 50% of the proceeds from its Wear It With Pride Collection to GLAAD.

For every pair of these rainbow sandals sold, Teva will donate $15 to the Tegan and Sara Foundation.

Stay cozy in this season's It print. The brand will donate a number of the proceeds to The Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative, in honor of the 50th Anniversary of The Stonewall Inn Uprising.

Finish off your summer look with this denim baseball hat because 1) it's June and it's hot out, and 2) 100% of the proceeds will go toward the It Gets Better Project.

Helmut Lang printed this special Artforum graphic on a limited series of T-shirts and hoodies with a percentage of proceeds benefitting NYC's LGBT Community Center.

Upgrade your lingerie drawer in Calvin Klein's best-selling bra that's part of UO's Pride collection, made in collaboration with Glsen.

ASOS is partnering with GLAAD in support of the Together Movement, which works to accelerate LGBTQ+ acceptance, create meaningful change, and ensure you look your coolest doing it (hence this neon tee).

Stay glowy, friends. One hundred percent of profits (!) from this all-natural superfood cleanser are donated to Glsen.

While you run around in these best-selling, celeb-adored sneakers, Adidas will donate to The Trevor Project throughout the month of June. Win-win!

Update your summer outfits with this colorful beaded bracelet that benefits GLSEN through the month of June.

Fifty percent of your purchase from this Madewell scarf will go toward the Human Rights Campaign.

Everlane continues to support the ACLU with the sale of these shirts.

Make like Gigi Hadid and wear these insanely comfortable-looking slippers and support Born This Way Foundation while you're at it—UGG will be donating $25 to the foundation for every pair sold.

In honor of the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, 30% of sales will be donated to the Stonewall Community Foundation.

Trade in your classic kicks for these limited-edition high-tops. Converse will be donating a portion of the proceeds to the It Gets Better Project and Out MetroWest.

Support a group of LGBTQ+ advocacy organizations—including Glsen, PFLAG, The Trevor Project, Gender Spectrum, The National Center for Transgender Equality, and ILGA—when you purchase this rainbow woven Apple Watch band.

For Pride Month, Saylor is donating proceeds from the sales of a specially curated collection (read lots of rainbow striped pieces) to the Trevor Project.

Support the LGBTQ+ community by parading around in this tee that benefits LGBTQ+ organizations with every purchase.

No Pride Month 'fit is complete without some colorful accessories. By buying (and wearing) these pink hoops, a portion of sales will be donated to The Center, an organization that works to serve the LGBTQ+ communities of New York City.

For the month of June, 20% of the proceeds from this collection will be donated to the SF LGBT Center.

This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated. Next, read about why our readers think these fashion brands are the biggest LGBTQ+ champions.

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