TALBOTS LIMITED EDITION COLLECTION WITH OPRAH MAGAZINE TO BENEFIT DRESS FOR SUCCESS

This year I promised that I would do as much as I can and give back. This platform after all gives me a voice, a voice that I can use to bring awareness and benefit to causes that I truly stand by. It’s been three months in 2018 and I think I’ve done pretty well. Kids and I donated our time and packed meals to Feed my Starving Children. I have donated to the Bear Necessities Organization, helped out with the Tickled Pink Event and finally walked the runway last night at Thompson Chicago, to raise money for The Glass Slipper Project Chicago! All in all it’s been a busy few months and it’s only March 1st!

Today I encourage you to give back as well! I’ve partnered up with Talbots + Oprah Magazine to donate, help and empower women. So here’s how you can help give women hope, confidence and style by supporting Dress for Success.

You can join other women helping women by purchasing this O Limited-Edition collection from The Oprah Magazine for Talbots. By purchasing and wearing the collection 30% of your net proceeds will go to Benefit Dress for Success.

The collection is inspired by the ladybug, which is a symbol of luck and abundance, and features classic polka dots and vibrant shades of red.

The pieces can easily be mixed and matched with items already found in your closet, see how I did here? White denim, tank and a sneaker with this adorable cardigan. I’ll also pair it with a white tank dress or a denim short in the summer!

Prices range from $29.50 to $89.50. Which in my opinion is a great deal!

This entire weekend you can bring in all new or nearly new wear-to-work clothing to any Talbots location. Exact dates are March 1 – 4th and you can find your nearest store location HERE.

WHAT I WORE

Finally, you can always GIVE! You can donate to Dress for Success now through April 1st and Talbots will match all your donations up to $250,000. You can donate HERE or at any Talbots store locations. Here’s what your donations can do for women.

Don’t talk about giving back, do something about it!