Look Your Best as You Pink Out for Planned Parenthood

Today's the day! Pink Out for Planned Parenthood. There are all sorts of ways to take action. As a personal stylist, my job is to ensure that you look great while supporting your favorite causes. So, here are a few of my favorite suggestions right now. 

Pink Out in Style

1. Rock Planned Parenthood gear 

Did you know there's an entire marketplace for PP gear from office accessories to athletic apparel and business attire? 

 Warren Sweathshirt. The Outrage. $55. 15% of profits go to  She Should Run  encouraging women to run for office. It's not Planned Parenthood. But I love it.

2. Buy from brands who donate to Planned Parenthood.

This list is always changing. Luckily, with the current political climate, more and more brands and retailers are donating a portion of proceeds to causes they care about. Here's a list from January to get you started. (Poplin donated 20% of proceeds from January to four organizations including Planned Parenthood.)

And, if you haven't heard of The Outrage, get on there ASAP. A minimum of 15% of all offerings are donated to organizations that fight for women's rights. SO GOOD.  If you're going to shop anyway, why not lean toward business who support your values when you can?

 Suede lace-up pointed-toe flats. Available in black, pink. J.Crew. Was: $158. Now: $148.

  Steve Madden   Holster . Zappos. $69.

 Converse Custom Chuck Taylor Suede All Star Low Top. Nike. $120.

 Slingback Court Shoes by Unique. Topshop. Was: $210. Now: $100.

 Pour La Victoire Yasmin Platform Sandals. Anthropologie. $278.

 Marc Fisher Zala' Pump. Available in multiple colors. Nordstrom. $159-160.

 Birkenstock Arizona Slide Sandal. Available in multiple colors. Nordstrom. $34. (LOVE this as a house shoe or for the beach.)

3. Just rock some good old fashioned pink.

Showing up is half the battle. So, just wearing pink out in the world sends a message. With that in mind, I've selected an array of my favorite pink shoes right now. 

Go! Go! Every action matters. Feel good about what you do when you do it. It makes a difference.