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Something Pink: Breast Cancer Awareness

If you follow my blog, you'll know that each year I try to do a "something pink" post for breast cancer awareness month. And as today is the last day of October, there is no better time to refresh our minds and keep some important breast cancer facts top of mind.

Below is an infographic with factoids about this awful disease. What stood out to me is that this year alone, more that 40,000 women and 400 men will die from breast cancer! We have all heard this, but allow me to reiterate it, early detection saves lives! Please visit to find out the risk factors and the steps you can take to detect breast cancer early.

This year my something pink is this soft pink makeup look and fuschia sweater I am rocking below. 
Remember guys, early detection save lives. Have a lovely day!


  1. Thank you for bringing attention to such a worthy cause:)

  2. Thanks for the reminder; that sweater is beautiful.

  3. Love how you're bringing awareness to this cause! You incorporated pink into this look so nicely as well. Gorgeous sweater!

    Looks by Lau

  4. Great post darling!
    I love so much your look

  5. It's a very important message.
    You look gorgeous in this sweater!

  6. I love your sweater. Its so cute and so is your makeup.


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