Think Pink!

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In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, all of the TW Stylists have chosen some of their favorite items from our Shop Pink section that feature apparel that support the cause (be on the lookout for more looks to come). We are loving the fun, pink styles from New Balance, adidas, Prince, Wilson and Under Armour that all benefit finding a cure and preventing breast cancer!

Here’s my look — I started with these super fun shorts from adidas, the Pink Ribbon Short. I saw these the day they first came in and loved them — then I found out that part of the proceeds go toward All Fight, the organization that adidas has paired up with this month to make sure funds go toward finding a cure. These lightweight shorts are perfect for me because I can wear them on the court, in the gym, on a hike, or just because! I paired the shorts with this sassy, fun tee from New Balance. This Don’t Get Busted tee adds a bit of lightheartedness when dealing with a serious subject and is 95% polyester which makes it a great moisture wicking tee for any activity and it’s a great price for a tee that goes toward a cause!

Think Pink look

Since we are in October — fall is in the air! I added the New Balance Fall Komen Stride Jacket to this look. This zip-up hoodie is the perfect weight to throw on to and from the courts. Also, the pink ribbon is subtle and it isn’t too loud, but still contributes to Lace Up for the Cure, which supports breast cancer awareness and a movement toward an active lifestyle, something I can definitely get behind!

For shoes, I had to go with the Prince T22s in pink and white because they are the specific colors for to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month. Prince has paired up with Bright Pink, the only national non-profit organization that focuses on the prevention and early detection of breast cancer, and is donating portions of proceeds from this shoe. These shoes are durable, stable and come with a six month outsole warranty, plus they are feminine and cute!

Play with heart,

Michelle

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