The Working Girl
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Outfit #1: The Glam It Up Working Girl
Outfit #2: The Classy Working GirlThis outfit is so easy to recreate! Just a simple LBD (Little Black Dress), a pink cardigan, and black heels. Super simple but it shows I'm the boss here in this office! Add simple piece such as pearl necklaces and a waist belt to add a touch of charm and break out a cute clutch to really get people talking!
The Casual Girl
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Outfit #3: The Casual Lazy Day GirlThis super cute look is for those lazy days where you want to look fashion forward but don't want to do too much. A warm cozy sweater paired with a pink scarf gives your outfit comfort while these shoes give you a touch of sophistication. Add accessories to really show your girly personality! You'll have people complimenting you all day!
Outfit #4: The Casual FashionistaThis next outfit is for the ladies that can't stand walking out without a pair of heels on! This look says "I'm girly but I'm powerful and strong!" Pastels are in trend this fall so go big or go home. Pair this look with jewelry packed high and a bold statement piece such as this leopard clutch!
So which look is your favorite, leave it in the comments below!
Breast Cancer is serious business, it doesn't care who it affects! So we must take action and fight the attacks against our body. Early detection is important in decreasing your chances of developing it and increases your chances of treating it! If your family has any history of Breast Cancer start early detection in your 20's is best! Women in your 20's don't sit back and think for a second that you want get it...see your doctor regularly! Ladies we are stronger than we think so, Let's fight like a GIRL!
- About 40,000 women in the U.S. were expected to die in 2014 from breast cancer, though death rates have been decreasing since 1989 — with larger decreases in women under 50. These decreases are thought to be the result of treatment advances, earlier detection through screening, and increased awareness.
- A woman’s risk of breast cancer approximately doubles if she has a first-degree relative (mother, sister, daughter) who has been diagnosed with breast cancer. About 15% of women who get breast cancer have a family member diagnosed with it.
- The most significant risk factors for breast cancer are gender (being a woman) and age (growing older). *source breastcancer.org*
Lately in my own surroundings I have heard of more and more women being diagnosed! Years ago I've rarely heard of anyone getting it! Friends that I have known for years suddenly I hear that one of their family members have been diagnosed! Even one of my employees that I work with have unfortunately been diagnosed! Early detection is key to winning this battle ladies. Don't take Breast Cancer lightly! Get in the know, learn more about it, know the risk factors, learn how to detect for breast cancer in yourself!
Here are some links to learn more!
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