Pink For A Cause

Tuesday Style Fashion (TSF) suggests kicking off Breast Cancer Awareness Month by blending fashion with compassion. Incorporate subtle pink accessories like clutches, headpieces, bracelets, earrings, and watches not only to express solidarity but to start a conversation about breast cancer.

Sandra Samuels, president of Jamaica Reach to Recovery (JRTR), is encouraging all to get involved in raising awareness and well-needed funds by checking out the JRTR website and making purchases.

Samuels is also reminding TSF readers of the Family, Fun, Run, Colour Edition slated for Sunday, October 29 at Hope Botanical Gardens. Registration is now open Donations can be made there too.

Tuesday Style Fashion (TSF) spotlights a few picks from local brands, retailers and the JRTR website.

Bra from Jamaica Reach to Recovery Limited (Photo:
Rose Quartz Precious Stone Bracelet With Mother Of Pearl Accent from Peace-Is of Bianca (Photo:
Genuine Pink Leather Clutch from SMR Leather Bags (Photo: IG: @smrleatherbagsja)
Classic Rose Watch from Jianbe Bamboo & Wooden Watch (Photo: IG: @jianbe_shop)
Malachite standing on amethyst dangling, held by glass beads, linked to donkey eye seeds from Exotichild (Photo: IG: @exotichild.ja)
Handmade Polymer Clay Earrings from The Collette Collective (Photo: IG: @thecollettecollective)
Oversize Lady Plain Women's Sun Floppy Sombrero with pearl details from Resortwear by Eroleen (Photo: IG: @resortwearbyeroleenja)
T-shirt from Jamaica Reach to Recovery Limited (Photo:

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