You need to check out The Phluid Project’s Pride 2020 Collection

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The Phluid Project is a gender-neutral fashion brand that started as a way to allow individuals to be themselves. The foundation of the company is to empower its customers by crossing boundaries.

Ultimately, the Phluid Project wants to celebrate individuality. Its clothing is inclusive and high-quality, which is why In The Know is so excited about its newly launched Pride Collection.

In The Know managed to snag a few pieces to try on and reviewed what they loved most about the collection.

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“When I was shopping, I thought the brand was really inclusive,” commerce editor Moriba Cummings said. “Their sizing is for all genders and their messaging is really cute and really necessary.”

“I loved that it was all gender neutral and they had sizes for everyone and every body,” commerce editor Ellie Conley said.

“I love the way it fits and I love that they show so much support for the LGBTQIA+ community,” said social media editor Max Rutcofsky.

The Phluid Project will also be donating 20 percent of all sales to organizations directly serving the LGBTQIA+ community. From tie-dye shirts to socks to hoodies, the collection has a little something for everyone.

Shop: Rainbow Be Kind Tee, $35

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Shop: Phluid Pride Ringer, $35

Credit: The Phluid Project

Shop: Rainbow Heart Tote, $25

Credit: The Phluid Project

While you’re here, here are 10 awesome LGBTQIA+ organizations you should support this Pride month.

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