Fashion trends that fight Breast Cancer

Tuesday, October 07, 2008
By Sara Moore

Pink python Westbourne bag
Pink python Westbourne bag, Notting Hill Design, $3,642. 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Susan G. Komen foundation.

Cashmere Wristlet Bow Glove
Cashmere wristlet bow glove, White + Warren, $65. 50% off all sales will be donated to Women at Risk.

Daisy Rock Guitar
The Pink Sparkle Pixie Acoustic Guitar, Daisy Rock,, $299. 10% of all online Daisy Rock store guitar sales will go to various breast cancer charities.

Sintra Jubile Pink watch
Sintra Jubile Pink watch, Rado,, $3,595, 10% of the proceeds will be donated to the Susan G. Komen foundation.

Chewy Lou LIVE Tee
The LIVE t-shirt, Chewylou Designs, $32. A portion of the proceeds from t-shirt sales support breast cancer research via the GreaterGood Network.

Skineez Skincare Wear
Skineez Skincarewear garments help shape the body and visibly reduce the outer appearance of cellulite. This month they are donating a portion of every purchase to help cover the cost of mammograms for women in need. Macy’s, $68.

Ribbon tank top
Ribbon tank top,, $22. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to breast cancer research.

eDressme will donate 20% of proceeds from the sale of select designer items to the Susan G. Komen foundation. Designer items include looks by Tara Jarmon, Shoshanna, Nanette Lepore, eDressMe Private Collection and many more.

I Love My Big Tatas tee
I Love My Big Tatas tee, Save The Tatas, $24.95. This site is completely dedicated to fighting breast cancer and a portion of the proceeds goes to breast cancer research.


4 Responses to “Fashion trends that fight Breast Cancer”

  1. Shaun Says:

    These are all great ways to support cancer awareness. You can also send a text message to help fight Breast Cancer. mGive (text) ‘KOMEN’ to 90999 to donate $5 to Susan G. Komen For The Cure! Spread the word!

  2. Bonita Sands Says:

    My name is Bonita and I am a breast cancer survivor who designed and now manufacture and import a 4 in 1 fashion headscarf called the ABonita Scarf. 5 years ago while going through treatments I found wigs and hats too uncomfortable in Florida’s heat and humidity. I lived an active lifestyle and was afraid my headcoverings would fly while doing the things I loved like: boating, biking or riding in my convertible. People would ask me where they could find a scarf like mine. I told myself if I ever lived through my cancer I should manufacture my design. It was June of 2006 when I had my ah-ha moment. Being a Realtor trying to get by when the market crashed I started living my dream. After attending a patent/trademark conference in New York I came home and filed for my trademark and patent. I started attending tradeshows across the country and am now selling to over 180 boutiques across the nation. I also started my own website store so people could shop from the comfort of their own home. The ABonita Scarf is sold in high end fashion boutiques, biker stores, hat stores, wig shops, resort boutiques as well as pharmacies and cancer boutiques. I have donated ABonita Scarves to charities like Compassionate Hands and Hearts, Susan G Komen & the American Cancer Society. On several occasions I have walked up to a stranger and given them a free ABonita Scarf. Starting May 1st through October 31st I will be donating 10% of all internet sales to the American Cancer Society. They were a lifesaver to me while I was going through my treatments. I would love to be on your website or magazine. I can offer a 20% discount for your readers.
    Bonita Halley-Sands
    ABonita Scarf LLC
    Merritt Island, FL
    PR Sabrina at Push The Envelope PR

  3. Sheila Estes Says:

    Thanks for showing some actual beautiful fashion pink! That is what my company is all about. Being a stage 3 breast cancer survivor, I wanted to raise money for the cure with a stylish, bold and trendy tee. Not just a box t-shirt! Thanks for adding some fashion exposure to breast cancer awareness! Check out our Radical Pink Ribbon Tee on! Thanks

  4. Symbom Plush and Cloth Toys Says:

    This article is really insightful. It is well-structured and quite to the point. Well done!

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