The fashion darlings have come together in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. So if you want to look stylish and help a good cause here are some fashion finds you might want to buy.
Peacocks Charm Bracelet
Buy this little piece of arm candy from Peacocks and 15% of the sale price will be donated to Cancer Research UK.
Tesco Leopard Print Scarf
Keep yourself warm with this scarf from Tesco and 10% of the sale price will be donated to Cancer Research UK.
Marks & Spencer Vintage Pink Satin Bra and Brief Set
When you buy this cute soft pink satin bra and brief set from Marks & Spencer 10% will go directly to Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
£18 Bra, £8 Brief www.marksandspencer.com
Katia Lombardo Shoes
You don’t have to feel guilty about buying these Katia Lombardo shoes, because 20% will be donated to Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
£226 Available exclusively from www.my-wardrobe.com
Evans Pink Purse
Every girl needs a purse in her life and with this one from Evans 10% will be donated to Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
£12 Available from most stores and www.evans.co.uk
George at ASDA Slipper Boots
Not only will your feet love these slipper boots from George at Asda, but £1 will be donated to Tickled Pink, in association with Breast Cancer Campaign and Breast Cancer Care.
From just £10 www.asda-tickledpink.co.uk
Adidas Exerta 3
If you’re a fitness freak then you can contribute by wearing these trainers. Adidas will be donating 10% to Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
£55 Available in selected retailers nationwide.
Use this handy heart keyring to add a touch of colour to your bag and Aspinal will donate 10% to the Breast Cancer Aware Campaign.
Coast Alia Coat
Wrap yourself up in this coat from Coast and 10% will be donated to Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
£180 Available from in Coast stores, selected department stores and www.coast-stores.com
Swarovski Limited Edition Pendant
Add some bling to your jewellery collection with this Swarovski Limited Edition Pendant. Swarovski will be donating £15 to Breast Cancer Care.
If you and your workmates, family or friends want to raise some money for Breast Cancer, why not organise a Pink Friday. You can do anything just as long as it involves the colour pink.
To register for your free pack full of ideas, games, posters and more, visit www.breastcancercare.org.uk/pinkfridays or call 0870 164 9422
A guide on how to check your breasts from Breast Cancer Care
There’s no right or wrong way to check your breasts. Try to get used to looking at and feeling your breasts regularly. You can do this in the bath or shower, when you use body lotion, or when you get dressed. There’s really no need to change your everyday routine. Just decide what you are comfortable with and what suits you best.
Remember to check all parts of your breast, your armpits and up to your collarbone.
Anyone with breast cancer or breast health concerns can get free, confidential support and information from the Breast Cancer Care helpline on 0808 800 6000, open Monday to Friday 9am-5pm and Saturday 9am-2pm.