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Thursday, March 10, 2011

I had to laugh as I put my red shoes this morning... my Mum used to say - 'red shoes, no knickers', but I can assure you that I am wearing respectable under garments.

Today (March 10th) is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and over 1,100 blogs are taking part in support of The Red Pump Project.

"The Red Pump Project raises awareness about the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls. Our mission is to promote HIV prevention through education, and open dialogue about the issues that surround sexual and reproductive health"

I heard about this recently via Nikki Nakki Lou and decided to get involved. The hardest statistic to fathom is that the number of people living with HIV in the UK has trebled in the last 10 years.

It's a sobering thought. If wearing red shoes helps to spread the word I'd happily wear them 365!

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  1. Have to post my red pumps later!!

    On a side note - love your striped tee - where is it from?!!


  2. @Shopgirl
    Thanks, it's from but that was last year. Sadly they don't stock it anymore. Which is a shame as Id buy another one in a heartbeat x

  3. I have worn mine today too! I would have loved to have worn my favourite heels however they are far too high!

    X x

  4. oh how beautifully classic do you look? x

  5. Love your look and sweet red shoes :)

  6. I was rocking red polka dot trainer pumps. Didn't know about it until your last pump so good job on spreading the word. x

  7. ooh great wear to support an amzing cause, and look chic. x

  8. It's such a great campaign!! YOu're definitely rocking the red shoes.


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