Chase After a Cure

where you find charity, you will always find fashion.  as a general rule, giving back makes you feel good, and if you have the opportunity to look good while you're doing good, its a win win!!  this is the draw of such black tie events like the Chase After a Cure Gala.  its a great excuse to get dressed up, have a date with your man and enjoy the evening.  trust me, I am all about a fab night out and with this years theme being "A Night in Paris"  the options are truly endless.  glitz and glamour are definitely my speed, but if your not a glitter girl, metallics are a great option.  strappy sandals and a statement clutch are sure to have you on the best dressed list and best of all, none of these items are going to break the bank!

a night in paris

more importantly than the fashions, is the great cause that this event supports. 
Chase After a Cure raises awareness and funds for childhood cancer, with their main focus being on Neuroblastoma.  if you've never heard of this, trust me, you're not the first.  I myself would never have a clue about this disease if it wasn't for my own son being diagnosed this past April.  and I definitely would not have known about the need for funding for childhood cancer research, but this is most definitely the case!!  and thanks to fundraisers such as the Chase After a Cure Gala, new developments are being made every day in the pursuit of a cure.
if you are local, we would love to see you this Saturday at the Memminger Auditorium!!
tickets can be purchased HERE.
if you are unable to attend, you can find other ways to get involved by heading to the site HERE 
"every kid is one caring adult away from being a success story"

1.  embellished gown Virgos 2.  silver/nude sandals French Connection 3.  pink fur clutch ASOS
4.  silver dress Lulus  5.  jeweled clutch DSW 6.  gia skater dress Virgos
7.  metallic sandal Nordstrom Rack 8.  pleated gown Alice + Olivia
9.  domino clutch Nasty Gal
special thanks to the doctors and nurses at MUSC who cared for our Lincoln and fought along side him as he beat this disease.

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