A Splash of Yellow

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Show your support tomorrow with a pop of yellow by accessorising with the Daffodil Day pin.

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Hear is some inspiration for your outfit choices, wearing simplistic colours of black and white allows for the Daffodil Day pin to pop and be the only colour in the outfit to emphasis this important day. The Daffodil represents hope for a cancer-free future, wearing the pin not only is a bright accessory but most importantly help fight against cancer. You can see Stephanie Rice below rocking her Daffodil Day pin.

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Stephanie Rice stated “#mydaffodilpin It’s Daffodil Day tomorrow and I’m thrilled to be the ambassador for Cancer Council’s longest running charity fundraiser. Please help us raise much needed money for cancer prevention by buying a pin, snapping a selfie and uploading it like I have 😊 I’ll be wearing mine tomorrow on pool deck at Pan Pacs.”

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If you don’t have the pin, you can show your support by wearing the colour yellow either by adding splashes with a yellow clutch and/or yellow sandals. Another way by adding little pops of yellow is by pinning a Daffodil flower to your outfit. Or show your support in the office with a bunch of Daffodil flowers to brighten up the place.

By being part of Daffodil Day, you are helping Cancer Council work towards better cancer treatments, hope for more survivors, and hope for a cancer-free future. Show your support by visiting http://daffodilday.com.au/donate-now and donate now, or find out where to purchase Daffodil merchandise.

 

Just keep flippin’ through the paige’s,

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