Miley Cyrus is a vocal LGBT advocate — the singer even dedicated her newest single, “Inspired,” to the LGBT community — so it’s unsurprising that the 23-year-old performed at a Washington, D.C., pride event Sunday.
The singer took a break from the all-white concert looks she has been favoring of late, stepping out in a multicolored tie-dye sweatshirt and pulling her hair back with a rainbow ribbon.
To top her look off, Cyrus wore a pair of tie-dye rainbow Converse sneakers. The singer also announced that Converse would be donating a portion of proceeds from its Pride collection to her Happy Hippy Foundation, which fights for LGBT, homeless and women’s rights.
The singer later performed in a second look, a smiley face T-shirt from her Happy Hippy Foundation and a pair of embellished jeans with rhinestones spelling out “I <3 Washington, D.C.”
Similar styles to Cyrus’ are available for purchase online, coming in at an affordable price tag of $65. Those looking for more freedom to choose their style can customize their kicks by using the NIKEiD service.
Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star Pride, $65; Nike