Wear red for Valentine’s Day and American Heart Health month!

Valentine’s day is in February, which is also American Heart Health month celebrated by The Heart Truth® and Go Red for Women®. The Heart Truth® created and introduced the Red Dress℠ as the national symbol for women and heart disease awareness in 2002 to deliver an urgent wake-up call to American women. The Red Dress® reminds and inspires women to take action to protect their heart health. Each February since its launch, the Red Dress symbol has come to life on the runway with the support of the fashion industry and celebrity models at The Heart Truth Red Dress Collection Fashion Show. So, we are posting a couple of our designer red dresses here in solidarity. A couple more can be found on our Facebook page. Wear Red!

Charles Kleibacker red qiana and pink silk jersey ensemble c. 1975

Irene Lentz Gibbons red and black silk floral print dress with large waist bow c. 1953

One thought on “Wear red for Valentine’s Day and American Heart Health month!

  1. Who don’t like like to wear red shirt on the heart health month? No one! That month is very meaningful and colorful month for me. Thank you for his article very lovely.

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