I’ve always been interested in supporting community causes, and this time I wanted to be part of the #CANCERYOUCANT team. Guided by Marlon Vazquez, a talented group of friends started this incredible movement. Inspired on two quotes from Mean Girls, my friend decided to make this cool shirts to raise awareness of breast cancer, and now they came out with this GOLDEN black t-shirt, strategically designed to fit in the holiday season, but also representing childhood cancer, which is identified by the gold color.
I wanted to present this project to you guys, so I decided to make a styling post using the #CANCERYOUCANT shirt and my own clothes to create three different looks and show everyone that you can help and still be fashionable. Win-Win.
Quise presentarles este proyecto desde el blog, así que decidí hacer un post de estilo usando la camiseta de #CANCERYOUCANT y mi propia ropa para crear tres looks distintos y mostrarles a todos que se puede ayudar y seguir estando a la moda. Ganar-ganar.
Look #1: Making the t-shirt the focus of attention, I decided to create a gray and white frame around it, so that way the golden color of the phrase could pop out even more. This look is a bit girly, for a casual coffee date or a romantic dinner.
Look #2: This one is a a little bit on the edgy side. It was my favorite because it’s comfortable, easy to warm up and I can wear it for work or meet ups during the day. I wanted to create a nice palette of colors mixing the gold letters with the rest of the outfit. We took this photos while I was shopping at one of my friends’ boutique, Cinthya Franco. I got a really cute navy blue hat, go and check out her page to see everything.
Look #3: Total comfort and easiness. I’m wearing my current favorite joggers and my boyfriend’s plaid shirt to give it a more urban style to the t-shirt. Also, for the very first time, I’m using a beanie (also my boyfriend’s) to spice up the outfit and match my lips. I got this lipstick at Bissú at their new store in Otay (which is actually the store I’m in when we took the photos).
For every sold t-shirt, ‘Fundación Castro Limón’ will recibe a donation. So send a message to CANCER YOU CAN’T Facebook page to get yours and help Tijuana fight cancer.