FASHION OUTLET-1

Stylist: Laurie Brucker, style ambassador for the Outlets at Tejon

Style Assistants: Courtney Cardwell

and Taylor Rodman

Wardrobe: Outlets at Tejon

Models: Liz Menchaca, breast cancer survivor of almost four years and Kelly Kimmel, breast cancer survivor of five years

Special thanks to Links for Life for providing the survivors to model. You can learn more about the organization at www.linksforlife.org.

Show your Support in Style

Wardrobe and accessories: White House Black Market & Chico’s

Shoes: Rack Room Shoes

As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it is time to wear your support loud and proud. Just like T-shirts from White House Black Market! But just because you may be styling with a T-shirt doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your style. T-shirts are the perfect base piece to style yourself fabulous! Pair with skinny jeans, blazer and pump to add a casual professional vibe. Or spice up your look with a pencil skirt! Pop on a denim jacket and you have a style that is wearable, comfortable and chic.

Flatter Your Figure

Wardrobe and accessories: Kate Spade, New York

Shoes: Rack Room Shoes

Breast cancer survivors can experience so many changes to their bodies during the fighting, healing, and surviving process. But no matter the body challenge, styling for the natural body you have is a surefire way to feel confident and look your best during whatever part of the process you are in. Fit and flare dresses are the perfect and must-have wardrobe item to do that with. They flatter the waistline and create the feminine and empowering hourglass shape. Pair with sparking jewelry that frames your face, add a fun heel that gives you a strut in your step and mix in an eye-catching handbag, and you have a recipe for radiant style.

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