Hey all and happy Workwear Wednesday! Thank you so much for always tuning in, reading, and for keeping this blog going! I am going to keep this part about the outfit short and sweet, as there is a lot going on this week and in the world.
This dress caught my eye because of the amazing colors and the colorblocking detail on it! I love the mix of the soft colors with the black trim on the dress. I took those colors from the dress and paired it with these polka dot shoes. I thought it made the outfit a bit more fun for work or for going out after!
I am including a lot about Houston at the end of this post! Please scroll down to see how you can help!!
On to other news. I have been sharing ways to help in Houston throughout this week. Honestly, all of this happening in Texas is beyond heartbreaking to me! I have been trying to use my voice and my platform to share about this as much as possible. When thousands of people are seeing your stories, there is no better way to get that voice across so quickly! I have posted a lot on my stories and my snapchat in the past 24 hours about donating.
I reached out to a family of TEN people (8 kids) that evacuated with nothing and migrated to Houston. I am currently collecting school supples, hygiene products, etc to donate to her family. All the info is in my stories on instagram, but here is the full story of this family. Please consider helping in any way that you can!
How to donate:
The South Texas Blood and Tissue Center is reporting a critical shortage, and has extended hours at all of its San Antonio-area donor rooms. To donate, call 210-731-5590 or visit their website for more information.
Carter BloodCare covers hospitals in North, Central and East Texas. To donate, call 877-571-1000 or text DONATE4LIFE to 444-999.
The Texas Diaper Bank in San Antonio is asking for diapers and wipes, which can be dropped off in person or mailed to 5415 Bandera Road, Suite 504, San Antonio, Tex., 78238.
There are sooo many other ways to help, but these are some of the biggest and easiest ways! Please, also reach out to people down there… they know some of the best ways to help!