These rainbow items are loud and proud

Celebrate LGBT Pride Month with Rainbow-Inspired Apparel

The Supreme Court declared Friday that same-sex couples now have the legal right to marry anywhere in the United States. In celebration of the paramount ruling that will go down in history, we've compiled our favorite rainbow items swimming in the social media-sphere.

37 years ago, openly gay San Francisco City-County Supervisor Harvey Milk commissioned Gilbert Baker to create flags for the city's pride parade. As the nascent gay rights movement did not have a symbol at the time, Baker worked with a team of 30 to dye and sew the fabric that would become the first rainbow pride flag. In an interview with Time, Baker said:

Thus, rainbow pride was born. We've come a long way in the past 37 years, but rainbow pride still runs strong. Here are our favorite rainbow nicknacks in honor of this momentous occasion.

Rainbow shoes that make even the clumsiest of people look absolutely #flawless.

Nails on fleek with this crazy nail art.

We'd love to see Prince George sporting these knee-highs for a change.

What's more magical than music? Playing music on a rainbow!

This rainbow duvet guarantees the sweetest of dreams.

What better way to hop on the pride bandwagon than with this rainbow ride?

This juice isn't just trendy, it's proud!

A rainbow cable protector because, like, kids these days.

Even high fashion embraces rainbow pride.

When life gets sticky, apply rainbow masking tape!

Tweet in style with this rainbow keyboard protector.

Who needs a treehouse when there are rainbow houses like this in the world!

Don't forget your rainbow Converse when striding for pride this weekend.

Click through this slideshow to see people celebrating gay pride around the world:

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These rainbow items are loud and proud

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