Jersey Girl, Texan Heart: Breast Cancer Awareness Part 1
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Breast Cancer Awareness Part 1

12:00 AM

Sweater:  Old, similar here // Skirt:  Old (thanks Mama) // Scarf:  Banana Republic (old, similar here)
^^more similar items listed in the widgets below!

Ok, so continuing my Breast Cancer Awareness series, today’s look is more of a subtle pink in the scarf.  That skirt is actually supposed to be a slip but since it was thick enough I decided to wear it as a regular skirt.  I’ve been seeing oversized sweaters be worn with really feminine pieces and I decided to jump on the bandwagon!  To be completely honest I didn’t think this outfit was going to look good, but after seeing these pictures I think it’s perfect!

It’s the right amount of casual meets dressed up, and even though it’s a comfortable look, it’s still feminine.  The boyfriend wasn’t a huge fan of it because he thinks this outfit is very “ready for Sunday mass,” looking.  I mean, it would be appropriate because everything is covered, but I think the top would be too casual for church, just my opinion though. 

If you saw my post yesterday I already started my Breast Cancer Awareness theme.  What I’ve decided to also do is every day this week I’m going to be adding a breast cancer fact at the end of my post.  I’m usually surprised at the statistics each year, but I figured this was a great way to spread awareness.

Breast Cancer Fact of the Day:

About 85% of breast cancers occur in women who have no family history of breast cancer. These occur due to genetic mutations that happen as a result of the aging process and life in general, rather than inherited mutations.

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  1. This looks so comfortable and cute! I love oversize sweaters and I love how you still look feminine with the skirt!

  2. I love that you remixed pieces in your closet to create this look!!! Love it! Stopping by from the Confident Twosday linkup!


  3. I love your outfit! The long skirt looks great with the sweater!

  4. Your scarf is so pretty and thanks for sharing the breast cancer facts. Because the more we know, the better we can take care of ourselves.


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