It’s officially October, which means only one thing for your wardrobe, and no we’re not talking about finding the perfect costume for Halloween. It’s time to get your pink on again! It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we can’t think of abetter way to do our part than to shop something we like to think we’re very good at. And after scouring the web, we came across some great pretty-in-pink products that all lend their support to Breast cancer research and funding.
Whether it’s a $5 umbrella or a $600 jacket, our roundup allows everyone to do his or her small part to support the fight against Breast Cancer. So click through the products above because it’s time to get shopping for a cause!
Bring out your inner chef this month by baking for a cause. KitchenAid will donate $50 for each pretty pink stand mixer purchased to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. KitchenAid Stand Mixer Cook for the Cure Edition, $300, at Macys.com
As if Warby Parker wasn't already doing its philanthropic part, for October the company partnered with Susan G. Komen for the Cure. For each pair of Japhy frames purchased, $50 will be donated for breast cancer research and education. Warby Parker Japhy Frame, $150, at Warbyparker.com
Not only will you be supporting Breast Cancer research, you'll also be doing your part for the environment. 100 percent of the proceeds from this eco-friendly tote will be donated to RL's Pink Pony Fund for Cancer Care and Prevention. Ralph Lauren Pink Pony Organic Eco Tote, $10, at Ralphlauren.com
Ladies, Michael Kors wants you to look and smell glamorous while raising awareness. Very Hollywood Michael Kors Breast Cancer Awareness Eau de Parfum Rollerball and Lipgloss, $18, at Zappos.com
Giving back never smelled so great! Versace Bright Crystal Breast Cancer Awareness Set, $67, at Macys.com
Brighten up your dreary fall days with a pop of color. Macy's will donate five percent of the sale price of this dress to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. International Concepts Breast Cancer Research Foundation Pink Sheath, $99, at Macys.com
There's just something so timeless about a classic gold charm bracelet. Plus, five percent of the sale price of each bracelet will be donated to support the work of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Jay Strongwater Breast Cancer Research Foundation Charm Bracelet, $95, at Saksfifthavenue.com
As if we needed any more incentive to buy one of the best moisturizers on the market, $10 from every purchase will help support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Clinique Limited-edition Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion, $35, at Saksfifthavenue.com
There's something about a friendship bracelet that makes us nostalgic for our simpler summer camp days. A portion of the proceeds from this sterling silver version will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Links of London Breast Cancer Awareness Thin Friendship Bracelet, $180, at Bloomingdales.com
Now you can help fight breast cancer and that unibrow all at the same time. A portion of the sales of these Special Edition Precision in Pink Slant Tweezers are donated to breast cancer awareness and research. Tweezerman Breast Cancer Awareness Slant Tweezer, $20, at Bloomingdales.com
Considering how rainy October has been so far, this umbrella is definitely a must-have. 100 percent of the net profit from the sale of this item will support the fight against breast cancer. Simply Vera Vera Wang Umbrella, $5, at Kohls.com
Ok, so it's not pink per se, but this leather jacket was too cute to leave off the list. 15 percent of the proceeds from the sales of this jacket will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Alpinestars by Denise Focil Cortina Leather Jacket, $618, at AlpinestarsbyDeniseFocil.com
Now you can drop a few hundred dollars on a David Yurman bracelet without feeling guilty. A portion of the proceeds will benefit either the Breast Cancer Research Fund or A Key to the Cure, depending on the location of purchase. David Yurman Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet, $275, available October 1st at DavidYurman.com.
Stay warm, look stylish and support a good cause yes please! 25 percent of the sale price will be donated to Young Survival Coalition and The Mammography Voucher Program at Morton Plant Mease Hospital. Belleview dip-dyed polka dot scarf in orange/pink, $25, at Lindsay-phillips.com
Save your feet while you help save lives. 10 percent of sales from the Rose Heart Tip Toes will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Rose Heart Tip Toes, $6.95, at Footpetals.com
The front of this notebook reads, "Hope is always in style," and we couldn't agree more. Twenty-five percent of retail sales from each BCBG notebook will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure with a guaranteed minimum donation of $50,000. Susan G. Komen Live Love Hope Notebook, $15, at BCBG.com
Self-confidence is such a huge part of the healing process, and Thierry Mugler recognizes that. Proceeds from sales of the Womanity Bath & Body Collection will go to Look Good Feel Better, a support program that helps those suffering from Breast Cancer with their appearance self-esteem. Womanity by Thierry Mugler Perfumed Body Milk, $45, at Nordstrom.com
It's no secret that Tory Burch is a master of her craft, and if there's one area where she shines the most, it's footwear. Tory Burch is donating 15 percent of this purchase of the Limited Edition Logo Rain Boot up to $10,000 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Tory Burch Limited Edition Logo Rain Boot, $150, at Toryburch.com
Fill your home with the scent of crushed violet leaves and hints of lemon and spearmint. Jo Malone will donate $20,000 of proceeds from her Red Rose line to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Jo Malone Red Rose Home Candle, $65, at Jomalone.com
As an added bonus to frizz-free hair, Conair will donate a minimum of $100,000 to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The Power of Pink Ionic Hair Styler, $25.99, at Conair.com
The KBL and Leroy & Perry sunglass collaboration consists of two styles: Gameface, an aviator, and Wild Promises, an acetate frame. 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to Fashion Targets Breast Cancer, an initiative started and operated by the Council of Fashion Designers of America. Unfortunately, you'll have to wait until November to start rockin' these shades. Gameface and Wild Promises Sunglasses, both $150, at Kbleyewear.com