These 20 fashion brands are supporting Breast Cancer Awareness all month long
To do a little shopping for a good cause this October, go for brands supporting Breast Cancer Awareness and research initiatives. And while you usually see big beauty companies offer pink-tinged lipsticks, blushes, and hairsprays all month long, know that fashion brands are also giving back to the honorable cause, and you’ll definitely want to bookmark a few of these fun options.
Giving back to a variety of breast cancer-supporting charities and organizations, know that proceeds from all the items listed below will help women in need. So whether you want some new shoes (check out the pink Timberlands) or simply need to give your intimates drawer a necessary revamp, here are 20 fashion brands that are supporting Breast Cancer Awareness this October.
Besides, whether it’s activewear or jewelry, it’s safe to say that pink is the one color that looks good on anyone.
Privé Revaux will be donating 50 percent of proceeds on four pink-colored sunglass styles (including the Sweetheart) to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
GUESS will give 20 percent of sale proceeds to the Get in Touch Foundation.
For the month of October, 20 percent of sales proceeds generated on the HookedUp Shapewear website will be donated 50/50 to Look Good Feel Better and Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
Twenty percent of sales proceeds generated site-wide will be donated 50/50 to Look Good Feel Better and Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
Regardless of sales, Timberland will donate $50,000 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation this year.
Twenty percent of profits from sales of White Rabbit New York’s burgundy items will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
10ISlideUSA Ellie Hope Slides, $49.99
The Ellie Fund designs will donate $20 from each sale to the Ellie Fund, and $4 per pair of any custom or pre-designed slides sold will also go to the organization.
ShoeDazzle will be donating 100 percent of net proceeds from this shoe to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
12Jemma Bags JOJO Ballet, $358
Jemma Bags will be donating 20 percent of sales from each JoJo Ballet bag to the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade.
All net proceeds from eligible customer purchases of the Fortitude Wishing bracelet will help benefit the Bright Pink organization.
14Alala Ace Seamless Tight, $95
Alala will be donating 30 percent of proceeds from select styles in support of the Weill Cornell Breast Cancer with the Iris Cantor Women’s Health Center at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical in New York City. They will donate a minimum of $5,000.
15Vionic Beach Noosa Flip Flops, $39.95
Five dollars from each pair of the Pink Ikat or Pink Palm Noosa sandal sold will go to the Living Beyond Breast Cancer organization.
Twenty percent of purchases on select PANDORA pieces will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Jack Rogers will donate 10 percent of sales of each sandal to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Sterling Forever is donating 20 percent of proceeds of each 14K Rose Gold ring to the American Cancer Society.
19Yummie Tanya Scoop Neck Bra, $19-$34
Yummie will be giving five percent of net proceeds from bra sales to breast cancer research.
20Valfre Chi-Chi iPhone Case, $28
On October 24th, 20 percent of all proceeds of each Chi-Chi phone case will go to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
If you want to do a little shopping for a good cause this October, try picking items from fashion brands that help support breast cancer awareness.