Why so much pink this week, you ask? Pink Shirt Day is coming up February 25th, and I'm joining the cause along with other fashion bloggers to start a style revolution to stand up together against bullying!
Pink Shirt Day was started by 2 teenage boys from Nova Scotia, who sympathized with a Grade 9 boy who was being bullied for wearing pink. They protested at their high school by having their fellow students wear pink, and the idea is now supported not only by schools across the country, but people of all ages.
Kids, teens, adults and fashionistas alike can purchase the official Pink Shirt Day t-shirts (like the one I'm wearing) in support of the national Pink Shirt Day campaign, and raise awareness against bullying. I hope you all join the cause and show your support by wearing your own official Pink Shirt Day t-shirt, which you can find exclusively at London Drugs. Net proceeds of the t-shirts go to the CKNW Orphan's Fund in support of Boys and Girls Clubs Anti-Bullying Programs!
You all know I'm a big fan of statement pieces, and I think this t-shirt definitely qualifies! I pulled out every accessory and pink item I had in my closet, right down to my pink bow shoe clips, and styled it all together to help make the t-shirt's message loud and clear: 'this pink shirt says ENOUGH!' And never forget that confidence is your best accessory!
Wear your Pink Shirt Day t-shirt on February 25th and stop bullying in style. Tweet and Instagram your photos using the hashtags #pinkshirtday #PSD2015 and don't forget to let your followers know they can get their own official PSD t-shirt exlusively @londondrugs!
Outfit: Blazer - Mustard Seed (via Tobi) | Earrings - Nobis & Grey | Shirt - London Drugs | Jeans - American Eagle (thrifted) | Heels - Zara (thrifted) | Shoe Clips - H&M
Happy Styling! xo