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Our 25 Favorite Outfits From the 2014 Houston Pride Parade

There is so much to look at when it comes to the Houston Pride Parade you can experience visual overload if you're not careful. Those who have been know that if you stand in one place long enough, you'll see everything (sometimes literally everything, for better or worse). When it comes to people watching, it is an event not to be missed.

You also get to see some of the best outfits you're likely to see all year. When it comes to what to wear, some people keep it simple, some folks wear next to nothing and some people go big. Here are the 25 outfits that caught our eye in 2014, unranked because when it comes to Pride everyone is a winner.

Twins! (Or something close to twins!)

The "I Woke Up Like This" rainbow shirt and those glasses get a thumbs up from us.

Good bracelets are always appreciated.

We never could pull off this hat.

View more outfits in our slideshow: 200 People Who Had a Fantastic Time at Houston Pride Parade 2014

Good, solid fashion choices by all involved. Go team.

Facepainting for the win.

Mayor Parker keeps it simple but always looks good doing so.

We love everything about this.

This guy is fearless, amazing.

When you wear the crown you don't have to walk.

Normally snakes weird us out, but this... this is not bad.

There are always a few heroes walking around the Pride Parade.

Is that a pie dress? Awesome even if it isn't.

If you ask us, there can never be too many pirates.

View more outfits in our slideshow: 200 People Who Had a Fantastic Time at Houston Pride Parade 2014

You really can't go wrong with off the wall sunglasses.

We kinda just keep staring at this hat.

This is the kind of outfits you have to wear when it's so humid you feel like you're already in the pool.

You can never have too many balloon tentacles.

When in doubt, just grab a flag.

We're not saying these guys are showing off. We're not. Nope.

Keeping it simply and lovely with a rainbow dress.

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Roller skates rock.

These outfits are more than okay.


View more outfits in our slideshow: 200 People Who Had a Fantastic Time at Houston Pride Parade 2014

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