2012 fashions to help fight breast cancer

Friday, October 05, 2012
By Tricia Stevens
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Throughout the month of October, Lula Lu Lingerie will donate 10 percent of the Kallie Lace Bra in Mulberry to the Save the Ta-Tas breast cancer awareness foundation. LuLaLu.com, $56.


Agabhumi will donate 30% of the proceeds from sales from this pink freshwater pearls on chain bracelet to the Bennett Cancer Center in Stamford Connecticut. Agabhumi, $28.


Voda Swim will also donate to Save the Ta-Tas with $10 from each sale of the Envy Push Up Bikini in Cotton Candy. VodaSwim.com, $110.


ASICS AMERICA has joined forces with actress, Christina Applegate’s 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. ASICS AMERICA has guaranteed a minimum donation of $75,000, up to $100,000, from the specially marked products from their special edition collection which includes four products. ASICS GT-1000 PR Running Sneaker, www.AsicsAmerica.com, $100.


The Recovery Brobe is a luxurious robe with an attached bra, designed for women who have undergone a mastectomy or have had breast reconstructive surgery. This robe has pockets inside to hold post-op drains, and pockets are also built in the bra to hold ice packs during the healing process. 10% of sales are donated to breast cancer research. TheBrobe.com, $139.99.




One Response to “2012 fashions to help fight breast cancer”

  1. Lem Says:

    Fashionably great! The Recovery Brobe looks fantastic. I love buying items like laced bras as well as bustiers.


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