These vibrant ‘Love Wins’ shoes by TOMS are one of the most fun looks we’ve seen all Pride Month
TOMS has released a collection to mark Pride Month and give support to grassroots LGBT+ organisations.
The brand has reimagined its classic slip-on shoes with colourful, rainbow designs for Pride.
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The Pride collection features four different designs, with all the pairs being 100 per cent vegan.
This includes our favourites – the Pride Alpargata, which are a pair of canvas slip-ons with a bold print all over them featuring phrases like “Love Wins” and “Unity”.
Others include canvas slip-ons with the same bold print on the inside and a rainbow stripe on the outer shoe, which are available in both the men and women sections.
Finishing up the range are the Pride Cupsole Alpargata and Pride Baja which have similar designs to the canvas pairs but with a more solid base, like trainers.
Meanwhile US shoppers can get other items including “Grassroots Good” embellished-apparel, with sweatshirts and t-shirts on sale via the website.
There’s also Pride accessories with sunglasses, a face mask, a cap and socks available to buy.
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TOMS has confirmed that every purchase will support grassroots organisations including Brave Trails, a leadership-focused summer camp for LGBT+ youth.
The brand says: “With support from the TOMS community, Brave Trails is launching a queer-affirming mental health program, bringing an essential service to the LGBTQ+ community.”
They’ve also teamed up with the Brave Trails co-founders, counsellors and campers, who appear in the Pride campaign.
Co-founders Jessica and Kayla Weissbuch say: “Brave Trails is all about building a space that I wish I had when I was a kid.”
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