Thursday, March 10, 2011

Outfit Of The Day: The Red Pump Project

March 10, it's national Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, and The Red Pump Project was created to raise awareness about the impact of HIV/AIDS in women and girls.  They use the red shoe as a symbol of empowerment to represent these individuals directly or indirectly affected with HIV/AIDS. Every 35 minutes, a woman tests positive for HIV in the United States.

Two years ago, 125 bloggers "rocked the red pump."  Last year, the number doubled to 250. This year, their goal of 500 was exceeded when over 1,200 bloggers responded, WOW! To commemorate the day, they're hosting official "Red Pump" events around the country.  Check out the website for all info.

Shirt: Norma Kamali at Wal-Mart 
Skirt: Old Navy
Shoes: Stuart Weitzman "Extra" {last seen in this post}


PS - I found this shirt on the clearance rack for $11 at Wal-Mart a few days ago, I love it! 

5 comments:

Lilly's Style said...

You look amazing in this outfit, hot hot :) What a great deal on the top.

Andi said...

LOVE these red shoes, what a perfect pop of color. Yay for red pump day!

Leena said...

i freakin love those shoes! and walmart?! seriously!? you look amazing!

Mary Ann said...

Thanks ladies, it's fun to honor a cause with celebratory red shoes. hehe ;-)

Jennifer said...

GORGEOUS in this!