Not satisfied with the five simplest Atlanta Pride Dos and Don’ts ever? Need more guidance, like on what to wear? We’re here for you. Yes, gays: You are still a go for rainbow and shirtless. Here’s how to make your take on it stand out.
Anybody can tell you to wear comfortable shoes and keep your look legal. Other than that, there’s certainly no dress code at the multi-faceted events. You’ll see that a celebration of diversity means anything goes, just remember that "don’t be a dick" looks good with everything.
You heard right. Tank tops, skinny suspenders and bow ties are all still in. And the ever-popular shirtless look (top photo) is fine. For some. If you can pull it off. But any one of those trends alone won’t cut to make a real impression at Pride. Here’s a walk down memory lane with our Ghost of Prides Past, both to psych you up for the big weekend and to put some thoughts in your head.
Arms for it or not, join the crowd in a tank top.
Vests are cool - if you look like these guys.
Or if you’re an aging famous person.
But shirtless is cool too. With skinny suspenders? You’re in.
And shirtless with a harness is certainly tried and true.
If shirtless is the new black, body paint is the new harness.
Or electrical tape. Your call. Yes you too, ladies.
Served with a full package? Yes, please.
Show your animal instincts.
Not what we were thinking, but cute.
Once shirtless, don’t forget to dance.
But not this. Well, in the spirit of Pride, OK.
Wearing your issues on your sleeve is a good idea. This time.
Nobody puts baby in a corner. You be you.
Unless you can be your alter ego. Then be that.
And by all means, this is your chance to rainbow up!
That’s cool, but more!
Yes! Yes! Yes! We’ll have what he’s having.
Now we’re talking. You go, Rainbow Brite.
And her cousins.
Oh. Wow. Um… Happy Pride!