Fashion Targets Breast Cancer

I was recently asked to share with the 2014 Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign with my readers, and as this is a cause close to my heart I jumped at the chance.

This year a plethora of major fashion stores have joined the fight against breast cancer by designing pieces that when sold, give a minimum 30% donation to Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
Marks & Spencer River Island, Warehouse, Topshop, Laura Ashley, Debenhams and Superga are all helping the cause.

And there are some lovely pieces too! Prom dresses from Debenhams (Debut & Red Herring), shoes from Superga, swimware (including a post surgery swimsuit) from M&S through to lip balm and bracelets. With piecef from just £2 to £85, whatever your budget there’s something for you to wear your support.

These are just a selection of the FTBC collection, including some fab guest dresses for those upcoming Summer weddings, an on trend Coord from Warehouse, some gorgeous swimware (including the M&S Daisy Print Post-Surgery swimsuit) and to top it all off, some lovely bracelets, my favourite being the pink M&S diamante studded one!

There are some big name faces for the campaign this year, with the theme being strong female role models.

Jessica Ennis-Hill
Laura Bailey
Emeli Sandé

Of course if you can give regularly to the charity then please do, as every penny you give goes towards life saving research to help women and men across the UK fight this disease. To give either a one off donation or a regular, monthly donation to Breakthrough Breast Cancer please click here and give as much as you can.

And finally, don’t forget to TLC your breasts. 
Know what is normal for you, is there anything unusual?
Look for changes, this can be in shape or texture.
Go to your GP if you’re unsure or if you notice anything unsual.

Show your support on twitter by following @FashionTargets and using the hashtag #WearYourSupport or follow FTBC on Instagram

For more information on the Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity click here.
To view the whole 2014 Fashion Targets Breast Cancer collection please click here.


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