**This post is dedicated to the Breast Cancer survivors in my family: Aunt Annette and Cousin Roxanne.
You are what you wear, and with it being Breast Cancer Awareness month, wearing the following shows your awareness, support and fab style.
- Handbag designer Patricia Nash, has teamed up with celebs and loyal customers of hers, to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. One of her loyal customers, Terri Ferry of Tennessee had been dealing with breast cancer and wanted to maintain her style while undergoing treatment. It was then, that the two designed a handbag that would be ideal for other women going through chemotherapy or a mastectomy. The bag was created with a detachable pouch to hold her ID, insurance card, and list of medications which she can easily remove when moving into her hospital room and made to be very light weight with thin straps which can be converted and worn many ways for comfort following surgery – cross-body, wristlet, shoulder, and more.
Celebs including January Jones, breast cancer survivor Giuliana Rancic, Elizabeth Hurley, Liv Tyler and more are joining Patricia Nash by auctioning off a signed handbag. Each is filled with on-the-go must-haves – from lip gloss to sunglasses to their favorite book with 100% of proceeds going to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
- Jet-set while giving back. Initials, Inc., has a carry on and trolley bag with 10% of proceeds benefiting Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
- For over 10 years, Wacoal has supported the efforts of Susan G. Komen For the Cure. In October, Wacoal is continuing their support for two-weeks (September 30- October 14th) with “Support the Girls”. For every bra purchased from the Embrace Lace and Awareness collections, Susan G. Komen donates $2.
- Celebrity breast cancer survivor, Christina Applegate has partnered with Piperlime for BCA month. $2 for every shoe sold will be donated to her organization, Right Action For Women, a charitable services fund of the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), to help provide assistance to women who are at increased risk for breast cancer. The minimum donation is $75K.
- Poppin, an Innovative online retailer that sells colorful essentials for one’s work-lifestyle, will be donating 10% of their sale of pink products to the Young Survival Coalition. The Young Survival Coalition is a global organization dedicated to the critical issues unique to young women who are diagnosed with breast cancer. Among the Pink Products available, is the special Tickled Pink bundle, which retails for $50 and is only available for the month of October.
- Mezzmer eyewear has stylish gold and pink shades with 25% of proceeds benefiting Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
- Dress up to the cause! Two Dress styles from the SIC Couture collection are being sold in observance of Breast Cancer Awareness month. For each dress sold, SIC Couture will be donating 20% of the proceeds to the Pink Envelope charity.
- Starting October 1st, clothing store, dressbarn will launch their brand new campaign, “Paint the Country Pink,” where consumers can virtually swipe a paintbrush over their geographical location on a map via PaintTheCountryPink.com. dressbarn will donate $1 per person who swipes to the American Cancer Society. In addition consumers can purchase a puppy named Ruby, the face of “Paint the Country Pink”. Ruby is a symbol of unconditional love and support and will be available in every dressbarn store and on dressbarn.com for adoption, starting October 1st, while supplies last. She can be “adopted” for just $6 and the entire net profit (of at least $2.50) will be donated to the American Cancer Society.
- In support of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Ann Taylor is honoring their commitment to the cause in remembrance of the late Evelyn Lauder as the founder of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. A jewelry collection called the ‘Evelyn Lauder Legacy Collection’ has been designed and this October, Ann Taylor will donate 65% of all full-price purchases of The Evelyn Lauder Legacy Collection, as well as 90% of the Ann Taylor Cares Card purchase price to BCRF.
- Customers shopping on Judithripka.com who purchases one of the Breast Cancer Awareness month pieces of jewelry using the code “RIPKAPINK,” then Judith Ripka will donate 10% of sales to Susan G. Komen.
- Alexis Russell has Pink Sapphire Breast Cancer bracelets, with 50% of proceeds going to the Breast Cancer Foundation.
- California-based brand Three Dots has created their first BCA tee. The white v-neck tee made of super soft cotton is printed with the iconic Pink Ribbon, an international symbol for Breast Cancer Awareness. For each tee sold, Three Dots will donate $10 to The National Breast Cancer Foundation to aid their mission. The tee retails for $68 and is available at Bloomingdales.com and shopthreedots.com.
- Jane Basch designed the Tribute Dog Tag to honor all of the courageous women that have fought breast cancer. The Tribute Dog Tag comes in gold or silver with a 14K Pink Gold Ribbon with a small diamond representing the never-ending hope of finding a cure. Any Tribute Dog Tag can be engraved with a personal message. 20% of the proceeds from each sale is donated to the Susan G. Komen foundation in efforts to help find a cure.
- Make time to give back by purchasing a timepiece from May28th.me. When purchasing a watch with a bright pink band, 10% of proceeds benefit the Breast Cancer Foundation.
- Tote your support with the Kelly Moore B-Hobo in Fuchsia. 20% of proceeds benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure.