October 26, 2015

We Wear Pink

We wear pink for her. For the mothers and grandmothers. For the sisters. For the aunts and cousins. For the best friends. For the co-workers. We wear pink for him too.

We wear pink because one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. We wear pink because over 220,000 women and 2,150 men in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. We wear pink for all of those affected by breast cancer.

Our aunt is one of the 220,000 women. A couple months ago she was diagnosed with breast cancer and has since started her chemo treatments. In her honor, we wear pink bracelets because she is not in this fight alone. We are here for every step of the battle and offering support in any way we can. Keep fighting, Aunt B!

Of women whom I personally know, four were diagnosed with breast cancer, one defeated the son-of-a-b, and one lost her battle – all within the same month. Everyone is affected one way or another, because we all know someone who is at war with the ugly giant. Fight for them; fight like a girl. Together, we will continue to support them, love them, and be there for them even in their darkest hour.

We wear pink in order to fight for the cure, because cancer freaking sucks.

Why do you wear pink?

This is for all of you out there fighting, supporting, believing, and praying. 


  1. Too cute! Love the pinks!

    Michelle || www.rosemaryandlace.com

  2. you two are SO cute! love this way to get into the whole awareness!

    XO Sahra
    Que Sera Sahra

  3. I love both of these looks! And I love how it's for awareness.



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