Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Mixed Prints + MIA Cares Program

{dress: vintage (similar options below) // vest: Waverly Grey (sold out, similar options below) // flats: MIA Shoes c/o // bag: Ellen Vicius c/o // sunglasses: Prada // necklace: EllandEmm c/o // cuff: Sorrelli (old, but love these HERE/HERE/HERE // rings: David Yurman, ShopHQ, & Gorjana c/o}

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and today I've teamed up with MIA Shoes to help spread the word. You might have caught my initial post with MIA Shoes featuring these snakeskin "Amanda" flats HERE. MIA Shoes is giving 10% of all proceeds generated from the sale of their "Amanda" flats to cancer research at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. In addition to a percentage of all the Amanda shoe sales, MIA has also donated 400 pairs of the specially designed black and pink Amanda ($20,000 retail value) to be sold on QVC. Eighty percent of the proceeds of the QVC sales during October breast cancer awareness month will benefit Fashion Footwear Charitable Foundation. I love to support a good cause and I'm a huge fan of MIA's stylish and affordable shoes. These flats are not only comfortable, but they come in other great colors such as taupe, black & pink, charcoal multi-snake, and mushroom (grey). I love a good print, especially an animal print and snakeskin is just too perfect to rock in the fall and winter months. I especially love mixing this print with leopard, polka dots, stripes, and camo!
Purchase a pair of these awesome flats to rock this fall and winter (your feet and your wallet will smile) and help support the fight against breast cancer and the brave men and woman that are affected by this disease.

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  1. Very, very chic outfit! You look stunning!


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