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Breast Cancer Awareness Month Clothes and Shoes We Love
October may be winding down, but finding a cure for breast cancer is always at the forefront of our minds. With this being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite pink products to share — and proceeds from all of them help support the cause.
Reba and Fergie Footwear
The company behind Reba McEntire’s boots and Fergie‘s sparkly pumps (bottom left; also available in black), the Brown Shoe Company, has pledged $20,000 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure with sales from the limited-edition “Collins” cowboy boots, $179 on dillards.com, and the pink pump, $79 on FergieShoes.com.
Celebs like Shenae Grimes and Maria Menounos support BCA month in their Old Navy Komen tees; five percent of the retail price of each shirt will go toward the organization. If you don’t want to purchase a shirt, make a cash donation at any Old Navy store, and the company will match, up to $100,000. $23-$25 at oldnavy.com.
ShoeDazzle’s Powerful Pink Collection
Throughout October, 10 percent of sales on the curated site will benefit Susan G. Komen — and the company guarantees a minimum donation of $10,000. The site is also stocked with pink products, including two shoes named for clients who are breast cancer survivors.
Dana Davis Shoes
Proceeds from the designer’s Allie heels (top left) and Kristen loafers benefit Bright Pink, a non-profit that provides education and support to young women who are at high risk for breast and ovarian cancer. $295-$450 on danadavis.com.
The brand’s super-cute pink lace tee (right), which features a bold black bow, is an easy way to support the cause. And for every tee purchased, Juicy will donate $25 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. $118 at juicycouture.com.
Ron White Shoes
For each pair of passion pink “Robin” peep-toe pumps sold, Ron White will donate $100 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. $495 at ronwhiteshoes.com.
Avon always supports women’s causes, particularly breast cancer research, and this year is no different. The company created the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade denim jacket (center), which Reese Witherspoon wore recently to a brand event. One-hundred percent of the net profits — $27.07 per jacket — will benefit the crusade. $45 at avon.com.