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Go Red For Women – Know Your Heart Health Number

Go Red For Women – Know Your Heart Health Number

I have been supporting Go Red for Women for quite a while. You can read the post Go Red For Women Fashion Show from last year.

Michigan 2016 Walk fashion show Marchesa Notte red dress black lace choker + Karl Lagerfeld clutch + Betsey Johnson black bow heels

Why Go Red? Heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths among women each year, killing approximately one woman every 80 seconds. Fortunately, we can change that because 80 percent of cardiac and stroke events may be prevented with education and action.

Go red for women know your heart health number

How to dress like a girl boss or boss lady at http://colorandgrace.com Ray Ban sunglasses + Marc Jacob dress + Miu Miu black bag + Gold cage heels + Yves Saint Laurent 'Rouge Volupté' Lipstick

That is why I am very excited to be a part of this meaningful campaign for Go Red For Women.

Prep for Wedding Season with Meijer‏ lookbook store red lace open back dress + Karl Lagerfeld graphic clutch + Betsy Johnson black bow heel sandals+ Ray Ban sunglasses + Black studded cropped leather jacket

Most women know their dress size or their husband or kids’ birth dates. Far fewer women know all of the heart health numbers that could mean the difference between life and death. Health care experts recommend that every woman should know her Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Blood Sugar and BMI (Body Mass Index).

Go red for women know your heart health number

You all know my husband passed away late this January. I was with him every step of this journey. The only difference between my husband and I is I am lucky that I am still alive. This life event is such a wake up call for me. There is really nothing more important than our own health and without it, we can’t take care of our family or enjoy our life.

Go red for women know your heart health number

So it’s time to learn the most critical numbers in your life. Your heart depends on it. I am very lucky to team up with some amazing #detroit bloggers for this video! If you care about your own health, you really need to watch it! By the way, I am the Chinese lady who wears a white dress just in case if you are new to my blog. 😉

#SizeHealthy | Go Red For Women

Your dress size doesn’t define you. And it certainly doesn’t define your heart health. This National Women’s Health Week (May 14-20), see your doctor, know your numbers and let’s become #SizeHealthy – together. ❤

Posted by Go Red For Women on Monday, May 15, 2017

Now, give yourself some me time, to take care of yourself and get your annual physical. Find some time to visit and learn more about your heart health at Go Red for Women. Let’s all live long, happy and healthy lives! 🙂

Summer must have white fit and flare dress + Findi white sunglasses + red LV bag + Red nine west heels+ lord & taylor coat

Photos credited: Grace Liang/@ignitesma.

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Giving Fashion a Purpose – Breaking Barriers

Giving Fashion a Purpose – Breaking Barriers

There are so many barriers in our lives. The cultural barriers, the language barriers, the final barriers…There are a lot of times those barriers make our lives very difficult. Personally, the language barrier has been my biggest struggle since I moved to America. People used to tease me about my accent. One of my former co-workers asked me what city I live in, I told him Troy. This word gives me so much trouble because I can’t say it very clearly. So he laughed very hard and said “oh, you live in a tree.” Some people will speak to me very slow and loud because they think that way I can understand what they are saying. Some of them just stopped talking to me because they don’t understand what I am saying.

Giving Fashion a Purpose Breaking Barriers

Did you see? I feel the pain and really want to break the barriers. So when my friend Hoda asked me if I would like to be a part of her fashion event of Breaking Barriers, I said yes. Who is Hoda? To say it simply, she is a beautiful young Peace Promoter, Fashion Stylist, Journalist and Beauty Enthusiast. She loves using fashion as a tool to serve the purpose of promoting Peace.

Giving Fashion a Purpose Breaking Barriers

Watch this video to understand what exactly she wanted to say to the world through fashion.

Now you all know, Hoda wanted to reinforce the idea of stepping outside of one’s comfort zone, and defying stereotypes. It is not a matter our skin color, religion or cultural background, we are all human, right? It is all about unity and freedom!

Giving Fashion a Purpose Breaking Barriers

Below are some of the photos from this photo shoot. Just in case you have difficult finding me, I am the Chinese women who wore a burgundy turban. Did you get it? All of our looks are breaking the cultural barrier by wearing things outside of the perceived “norm.” 😉

Giving Fashion a Purpose Breaking Barriers

Giving Fashion a Purpose Breaking Barriers

Giving Fashion a Purpose Breaking Barriers

Later on after our photo shoot, Hoda’s effort got noticed by our local TV station WDIV Local 4 / ClickOnDetroit and she was on the news to promote her Breaking Barriers fashion show to benefit Syrian refugees. She and her husband are planing to attend the Syrian Refugee Cross Cultural Solutions Program in Greece to help out the locals. You can watch this short video for more info about the trip and help them to make it happen.

Giving Fashion a Purpose Breaking Barriers

Below are some of the photos from the fashion show featuring Lyudviga Couture at the Robert Kidd Gallery in Birmingham, Michigan. I even modeled for Hoda in this show. 😉

Giving Fashion a Purpose Breaking Barriers

Giving Fashion a Purpose Breaking Barriers

Giving Fashion a Purpose Breaking Barriers

When we give fashion a purpose, it is more powerful and meaningful.

Giving Fashion a Purpose Breaking Barriers

Photo Credit: Piper carter / Grace Liang.

Thank you for reading, and if you like what you read, please comment below or share it with your friends. Don’t forget to follower me on FaceBook and Twitter for new post updates, and follow me on Instagram for all the amazing fashion, beauty and life style products that I will share with you, of course don’t forget to check out my Instagram story daily to know me better as a person. Finally don’t forget to follow me on YouTube for my fashion, beauty and life style videos. Have a great day and see you soon!

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Meet our co-host Rania from The Wardrobe Stylist

Rania’s Biography:
Branding herself The Wardrobe Stylist, Rania began styling and blogging nearly a decade ago. She worked with a long list of clients and as a blogger, she covered several coveted events. She recently launched the Reversible Pocket Square. Made from 2 distinct fabrics, the reversible pocket square takes a modern and innovative shift on the age old accessory, allowing the wearer to choose which side to showcase or have both sides conveniently peak through.

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