The Pretty Pink Products You Can Buy to Support Breast Cancer Awareness
Shop for a cause and wear pink.
Fork over your green to paint the town pink. As October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, is wrapping up, many stores are offering products — from jewelry to apparel to lipstick — that support the cause. Each store below is donating (through portions of sales or direct contributions) to charities dedicated to breast cancer research and awareness, helping customers shop with a purpose.
Photo Courtesy of Bloomingdale’s
Stand Up To Breast Cancer Sweatshirt by Alternative
Suitable as athleisure or for your next fitness class, Alternative’s exclusive crewneck features a graphic by Esteé Lauder creative director Donald Robertson. Robertson collaborated with Bloomie’s in 2016 to create this sweatshirt to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (with a portion of the sales going to the foundation).
$40; Bloomingdale’s, White Plains
BECCA Ultimate Lipstick Love in Pink Ribbon by BECCA Cosmetics
This limited-edition shade is infused with avocado and olive oils for an ultra-hydrating lipstick. BECCA will support The Estee Lauder Companies’ Breast Cancer Campaign by donating 20% of its purchase price to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation from now until June 30, 2020.
$24; Nordstrom, White Plains
Photo Courtesy of Lilly Pulitzer
Resort Scarf by Lilly Pulitzer
Though summer may be over, shopping Pulitzer pink is always in style. Part of Lilly’s “Pinking Positive” collection, which supports of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, this lightweight scarf with tassels, in bright prints like Prosecco Pink, is ideal for breezy fall days.
As Lilly Pulitzer debuts specific prints for certain causes through its Print with Purpose program (of which the Pinking Positive collection is a part), the brand is donating $22,000 this year to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
$68; Lilly Pulitzer, White Plains
Read More: The Importance of Monitoring Your Own Breast Health, Beyond Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Photo Courtesy of Peloton
Ombre Tote by Oliver Thomas for Peloton
As part of Peloton’s “Stronger” collection, which was inspired by the fight against breast cancer, this tote features customizable details. An adjustable crossbody strap, detachable yoga strap, and removable zip pouch are all in bright pink tones. For each sale, 10% will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation in October.
$149; Peloton, White Plains
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Fleming Wallet Cross-Body by Tory Burch
This light pink Tory Burch leather crossbody, with its diamond shaped quilting, features multiple interior pockets and an easy snap closure. Its removable gold chain strap also allows it to be used as a clutch, for a night out. Breast Cancer Research Foundation will receive 20% of the purchase price, up to $35,000.
$328; Tory Burch, White Plains
Breast Cancer Awareness Slip-On by Vans
Vans created a twist on its classic design with this nude pattern slip-on for their Breast Cancer Awareness collection. A minimum of $200,000 of the collection’s proceeds will be donated to CoppaFeel!, a UK-based organization dedicated to educating the youth on the signs and symptoms of breast cancer.
$60; Vans, White Plains
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Renaissance Cuff Bracelet with Cultured Freshwater Opalescent Pearl & 18K Yellow Gold by David Yurman
A Bloomingdale’s exclusive, this David Yurman bracelet features a cultured freshwater opalescent pearl and an open cuff closure. Five percent of the purchase price will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
$475; Bloomingdale’s, White Plains