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1 Skirt, 3 Looks: Day 3

Advocacy & The White Cane

Two images of me standing with my white cane.When you feel good, you look good has been a personal mantra of mine for as long as I can remember. Confidence tells the world you feel good about yourself and your appearance reflects this feeling. When a person can walk in confidence, regardless of the status of their life—this is beautiful!

After I received the diagnosis I was legally blind, then later needed to learn how to use the white cane, it put a cramp in my confidence. “People will look at me” was my constant fear.

Remembering who I was helped me to not only overcome my fear but also opened the door to a new mission. So who was I? A lifelong advocate. The only difference now was learning to advocate on my behalf.

A larger image of the gray shoes with black heels and a smaller rear view image of me standing.

My message is one of hope and fortitude. Do I have bad days? Most definitely, but I refuse to be kept down and you can too! Through our network of encouraging women and men we lift one another up. So when we are down we can draw strength from our sisters and brothers.

I love this community and am so very blessed to have you in my life.

For today’s look I took the same skirt from the past two days and paired it with a black blouse, chunky statement necklace, wide black belt, black opaque tights, gray/black kitten heels and white cane.

Have a fabulous weekend!! 😃 


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