February 2, 2018 was National Wear Red for Heart Awareness Day. The first Friday of February has been designated by the awareness campaign, Heart Truth, as National Wear Red Day ® in the United States. On this day, men and women are encouraged to wear red as a symbol of their support of women’s heart health and this is how I chose to make my contribution to support this cause.
I chose the wide ribbed cowl neck sweater designed to swing around the body as you walk. I paired the dress with a pair of argyle tights to add some life to it. This red and gray pattern complimented the dress nicely. I completed the look with a pair of Frye boots. Oh how I love these boots. They are the answer to any casual comfort look that you are trying to create. When I say comfortable, I mean just that, they are worth every penny that I spent on them and boy oh boy, they definitely costed a pretty penny lol.
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Hello and welcome to my blog. My name is Meshonda Latrice France and I am a Fashion and Lifestyle blogger currently residing in Georgia. I love everything fashion. I started this blog as a hobby after receiving my PhD in Public Administration and Policy. I am eager to share my God given talents with you as it relates to style and fashion and just life in general . This site will provide you with style ideas and the latest fashion trends and it will also discuss everyday life matters. Pictures that I share will provide you with outfit details and the direct links if you want to purchase them. My goal is to provide you fashion tips while sharing my fashion experiences. Changing the world, one outfit at a time. Thanks for joining me as I have always enjoyed fashion every since I was a young girl. Style isn't about what you're wearing, it's about how you are wearing it. My goal is to enrich the lives of others one outfit at a time.
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