Fashion Fly Friday

What a way to style on a Friday….An outfit that you can dress up or dress down. If you are out this weekend and you take a stroll to the mall or walk around the beach wear some open toed sandals and have a casual fun day and if you can’t make to the house to change clothes and your need to meet that hot date throw on your favorite black pumps or Cinderella slippers to dress it up with some fly accessories….

pin strip skirt with pink shirtFashion found on truebeautys_closet on Instagram…True Beauty’s Closet is located at 16930 NW 27th Ave Miami Gardens,Fl 33056 or you can purchase online at truebeautyonline.com check them out they ship nationwide

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Fashion Fly Friday

If you want to keep it real Fly on this Friday…stop by TagsAddicts.com and pick up these fly rompers that just hit the TAGS Boutique Scene. These rompers will have you super-doper fly!!!!

tags white  jumpertags pink jumper

Breast Cancer Awareness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month….I will be bringing awareness to Breast Cancer starting from the what are breast and what they do to the sign and symptoms of breast cancers to the many treatments that are out there today.

Breast Facts Introduction

Many changes will occur in your breasts during your lifetime. Yet, many women do not know much about their breasts unless they breastfeed or they have a problem. Learning about breast structure (anatomy) and how the breasts function can help you understand which changes are normal and which are not. This is a good first step to find out about breast cancer and benign (not cancer) breast conditions.

The breasts are made up of fat and breast tissue, along with nerves, veins, arteries and connective tissue that helps hold everything in place. Throughout puberty and menopause, the look, structure and function of the breast change.

structure of the breastThe structure of the breast

Breasts are made up of fat and breast tissue, along with nerves, veins, arteries and connective tissue that helps hold everything in place. The main chest muscle (the pectoralis muscle) is found between the breast and the ribs in the chest wall.

Breast tissue is a complex network of lobules (small round sacs that produce milk) and ducts (canals that carry milk from the lobules to the nipple openings during breastfeeding) in a pattern that looks like bunches of grapes. These “bunches” are called lobes.

reference: Susan G. Komen