Dublin TikTok shows preview of Penneys clothing range for Pride 2022

A TikTok video showed a preview of Pride’s new line of clothing at Penneys.

The caption reads: ‘Girls don’t walk, run to Penneys’.

@adamlynch111’s clip features a white t-shirt with the word “Proud” written on it in rainbow colors, a pink t-shirt with a rainbow flower, another white t-shirt saying ” Follow your own path” and another purple t-shirt with the words “They/them, she/her, he/him, we”.

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Primark’s website reads: ‘Our Pride 2022 collection has been designed with inclusion in mind and is ready and waiting to bring the right vibes.

“Being and feeling seen is at the heart of the LGBTQI+ community and what better way to celebrate your most authentic self than in our new collection of apparel and accessories.

“Nothing says pride like the rainbow print and slogan t-shirts are a staple in any wardrobe, no matter the occasion.

“Available in kids and adult sizes, our ‘Proud’ slogan t-shirt is the sweetest, most stylish way for the whole family to show their support. Style with your favorite jeans or shorts and our Pride accessories.

Penney Pride Range

Penney Pride Range
Penney Pride Range

They have Wizard Of Oz t-shirts and sweatshirts designed with inclusion in mind if you prefer to go the rainbow brick route.

“While this month is all about Pride, whether you’re part of the LGBTQI+ community yourself or an ally, fly the flag all year round with our range of Pride accessories,” they wrote. added.

“We have revamped our classic socks and slide styles with rainbow accents and slogans to add a touch of pride to even the most basic outfits.

“Phones need a rainbow refurbishment? Swap your dull, day-to-day phone case for its sadder alternative. Finally, opt for our rainbow slogan bucket hat, your essential accessory for the Spring-Summer 22 season.”

Penney Pride Range
Penney Pride Range

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