Rainbow Bright

We gathered a selection of vibrant items from local boutiques to get you ready for Pride.

Lauren Bell - June 2019

Rainbow Bright

We gathered a selection of vibrant items from local boutiques to get you ready for Pride.

Lauren Bell - June 2019


-Christopher Myers
Ashley Mary saddle-stitch notebook ($11) at Doubledutch. • Baggu circle wallet in Spanish moss ($64) at Hunting Ground. • Eric Michael Reese sandal ($108) at Poppy and Stella. • Omnom caramel and milk chocolate bar ($8) at Ma Petite Shoe. • Rainbow tee ($39) at Trohv. • Rimless octagon sunglasses ($16) at Hunting Ground. • Beaded rainbow hoops ($28) at Sassanova. • Peace out sun sneaker ($139) at Sassanova. • Lavender stardust roll-on shimmer lite blue ($10) at South Moon Under. • Lavender stardust roll-on shimmer lite pink ($10) at South Moon Under. • Yellow hair scrunchie ($16) at South Moon Under. • Fjallraven Kanken orange backpack ($80) at Brightside Boutique. •Sock Smith pride cotton crew sock ($12) at Ma Petite Shoe. • Red Juniper earrings ($60) at Raina Dawn. • Green sunglasses ($14) at Doubledutch. • Rainbow bracelet ($84) at Raina Dawn.





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