Today is National Denim Day, one of Canada's largest single day fundraisers for breast cancer. Cure Foundation is encouraging everyone to wear their jeans to work to bring awareness (and raise funds) to help fight breast cancer. The idea is wear your jeans to work, donate $5 and get a lovely pink ribbon to show your support.

Well what about those of us who have virtual workplaces, stay at home with our families or work from home. We likely wear jeans everyday, but might still want to support National Denim day and the fight against Breast Cancer.   So if you wore jeans today (and if you didn't you can always change), you can still participate...

  1. Donate your $5 on the Cure Foundation website
  2. Post a picture of you in your jeans on your blog, twitter account (#denimday) or on the Cure Foundation FB page (noting blogger national denim day challenge)
  3. Add your link to my comments so everyone can see who participated (sorry couldn't figure out the Mr. Linky, just be sure your comment says something about National Denim Day)

Here is a quick and dirty shot of me (with my hair still wet) taken first thing this am.  I'm wearing Ann Taylor trouser jeans, Grey Jacqueline Conoir jacket, black ruffled shirt, and black espadrille wedges.