It’s Black Friday- the day all serious shopping addicts can get their “fix” on! Are you braving the malls today? If so, are you insane girl? I truly hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and created special memories with good friends and loved ones.
A few viewers have asked me to give some options for cute winter hats while their hair is growing back after chemotherapy and I also show how to tie my signature headscarf look. I realize this is a sensitive subject, but I believe these brave women should feel as fashionable as possible during this transition. In 2011, there will be 2.6 million breast cancer survivors so I know this has touched all of our lives directly or indirectly in some way. Celebrating their courage and bravery today!
For Fall 2011, the hat must have- A Floppy Fedora!
OR grab a chic hat with feather accents like this one my BFF, Heidi is wearing by Jessica Simpson!
Have you tried the GLOW DIET?
I have been diligent in eating blueberries every morning and have been adding more kale and sweet potatoes to our meals. Not only does your skin glow, but it amps up your energy too. Remember, our skin takes a toll in winter with the extreme temp changes from outdoors to indoors with the brutal heaters so take special care of your beautiful face! Change up your night cream and moisturizers. Most of you know, I love the Arbonne RE9 line especially their night cream, but wanted to change things up. For the past 3 weeks, I have been using VICHY’S Liftactiv Retinol HA Night Cream and give it 2 thumbs up. It has a TRIPLE dose of Hyaluronic Acid for an intense, stabilized filling action + New Generation Retinol (Retinol+Adenosine Complex) for an accelerated resurfacing effect. Your skin looks plumper after the first use. SERIOUSLY! I love the convenience of being able to pick it up at CVS!
I have to share a new beautiful song by my hubby called “My Number One”. Take a few minutes to listen and be inspired!
“It’s so important to tell those we love how important they are while we have the chance. My new song, ‘My Number One’ talks about two lives that left this world without knowing, without hearing the words… It’s important today and everyday to tell those we love how much they mean to us”. ~AH
3 thoughts on “HATS. HEADSCARVES. HOPE.”
Thank you again so much for doing this SoS episode. The fact that wigs are so expensive and that fashion magazines never really cover what a patient can wear and still look hip,chic and alive. Its very important to know that a patient needs to feel empowered and normal in every day activities and not let cancer dominate every thinking moment.
You are so amazing and I’m so blessed to have found you and SoS!
LOVE LOVE LOVE~~~ YOU continue to “INSPIRE ME” ENCOURAGE ME” and Hold my Hand~
THANK YOU!! for Changing My LIFE~~
THANK YOU T~ Sancturary Of Style has been Life Changing~
Jules~ ♥ XOX