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Westchester Medical Center Offers Red Fashion Tips For National Heart Month

Style expert Melissa Garcia visits Westchester Medical Center’s cardiovascular center in Valhalla, New York to share red fashion trends for National Wear Red Day. Featuring Dr. Tanya Dutta of the Westchester Heart & Vascular practice. www.westchester
Style expert Melissa Garcia visits Westchester Medical Center’s cardiovascular center in Valhalla, New York to share red fashion trends for National Wear Red Day. Featuring Dr. Tanya Dutta of the Westchester Heart & Vascular practice. www.westchester Video Credit: westchestermedctr

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Westchester Medical Center and celebrity stylist Melissa Garcia are providing tips for women on how to incorporate red into their wardrobe as part of the effort to raise awareness for National Heart Month.

The hospital posted two of its five tips provided by Garcia last week. In the first fashion tip, a physician wears a red blazer with a black dress. “Not everyone feels comfortable wearing red,’’ said Garcia, who is also a contributor to E! Fashion. “It’s a bold color.”

Garcia pointed out, however, that the red blazer provides versatility. “You could wear it out during the day or on weekends,’’ Garcia said.  For more details on the first fashion tip, click here .

Garcia’s second model wore a black dress accompanied by a red clutch handbag and red accents, such as a bracelet, ring and lipstick. The model also had red soles on her black high heels.

“It shows us everyone can wear red,’’ Garcia said. For the link to the second fashion tip, click here .

Westchester Medical Center staff members also wore red on National Wear Red Day last Friday to show support, and The Center held A Day For Hearts on Sunday at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital. The event was the 14th annual celebration party for children with congenital heart defects and their families.

More information about Westchester Medical Center's effort to raise awareness for National Heart Month is available on its Facebook page.

On Thursday, Feb. 26, Westchester Medical Center will host another event called Girls Night Out with food, fashion and friends. Tickets can be purchased by visiting the event website .

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