FRIENDS and family of slain mother of three Allison Baden-Clay have dedicated today as a day in honour to the much-loved Ipswich-born and bred woman.
Mrs Baden-Clay was reported missing by her husband Gerard Baden-Clay on April 20.
Eleven days later her body was found on a creek bed at Kholo Creek, 10km from her Brookfield home.
Mr Baden-Clay has been charged with his wife's murder although he maintains his innocence.
Mrs Baden-Clay lived in Brookfield with her three children and husband after growing up in Ipswich.
The former Ipswich Girls Grammar student was fluent in multiple languages and, once, was the global human resources manager for Flight Centre.
In memory of the talented 43-year-old, her friends have invited anyone and everyone to take part in Wear It Today for Allison today.
The event encourages supporters to wear something they have been saving for a special day, that may never come, and to embrace the message that you never know what is around the corner.
The event will also raise money for Mrs Baden-Clay's three children.
Fifteen-year-old singer Georgia Horsley, a family friend of the Baden-Clays, has released a song in tribute of Mrs Baden-Clay, News Ltd Mail reports.
Part of the money earned through song sales on iTunes will be donated to the Allison Baden-Clay Children Appeal.
Donations can be made to the appeal via Sanction No. CP5609, BSB 084 737, account 133196502.