Breast Cancer Awareness Part 2 and a LINKUP

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Sweater:  Ewa Bazaar // Skirt:  Sheinside
Happy Wednesday loves! 
If you haven’t been following the blog this week, I have a Breast Cancer
Awareness theme going on.  I know quite a
few women who have overcome breast cancer. 
I hope that they are finding advancing technologies to continue to help
more women survive. 
If you’re new to my blog I do a breast cancer theme every
year in the month of October.  I’m an
October birthday, so I feel as though it’s my duty to help spread awareness.  That’s why this week it’s all about
pink!  I’ve been also leaving a Breast
Cancer Fact at the end of each post.  On
Friday I’ll go more in depth about this cancer itself.
For today though, I decided to wear what the boyfriend calls
the lampshade skirt.  It’s my pink maxi
skirt that just a few months ago I could not zip up AT ALL.  I was that much bigger.  Now I can zip it no problem!  Just like yesterday’s post, I decided to test
out this whole skirt and oversized sweater trend.  This is also a great way to start
transitioning your spring/summer clothing to fall.  I love finding ways to transition my
clothing.  The white sweater can be worn
at any time in the year.  I can’t wait to
wear it in the winter months, I love love love winter whites!

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and join today’s linkup!

Breast Cancer Fact of the Day:

The most common cancer in women, no matter your race or ethnicity.

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