Wearing Red for Ed

So its Tuesday, which means another edition of having to wear red to support public education. We had almost 100% participation in this at school today, which was really good to see! We will see how many more weeks I can make it before I run out of red!

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Cardigan: Anthropologie
Tee, Skirt: LOFT
Necklace: Ann Taylor
Tights: Hue
Shoes: Macys

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16 thoughts on “Wearing Red for Ed

  1. Pamela

    I would be in trouble because I don’t know if I own any true “red” pieces!!!

    I totally support public education! All the people who work in public education wear red when they protest down at the State Capitol in Madison for solidarity.

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  2. Chris Janotta, SOS MillionTeacherMarch Coordinator

    Hi! Can I add a link to your blog on the Wear Red For Public Ed site (www.WearRedForPublicEd.com)? I like how you’ve put a unique spin on wearing red for ed and added another dimension to it; I’m sure many teachers would enjoy hearing your fashion advice! Thanks! You can email me (Chris) at [email protected]

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  3. Tara

    kerrie- Thanks! Thankfully the cardi had red in it so I had something to wear over my tee or I would have froze to death lol!

    Callandra- Yup, totally true 🙂 But I’m really trying to be good!

    kileen-thanks! The cardi is perfect for spring!

    Jules- Thank you 🙂

    PetiteAsianGirl- Thanks! Anthro does have the best cardis…too bad they are so expensive!

    Classy Chassy- Thank you…I love it! Hopefully I’ll get more use out of it once it is a little warmer, the fabric is pretty thin!

    Pamela- Thanks! Public education is truly a great thing to support!

    Collette- Thanks so much!

    Mimi- Thank you…its a great cause!

    Really Petite- Um…too many to count! I’m a total cardigan horder!

    Aubrey- You know, I have tried this after seeing how great it looks on Jean….definitley does not work for me…I never understand how people can pull off all of the layering without all the lumps and bumps from the fabric that go with it!

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