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Wear your support in fight against Breast Cancer

Guilt free shopping for fight against Breast Cancer


Each year 50,000 women in the UK are diagnosed with breast cancer and it goes without saying that we should all be doing more to stop women dying from this disease. As the fight against breast cancer rages on, some people are doing Race for Life, others are volunteering, sponsoring and raising money among other things but the question is what are you doing?

Don’t have the time to volunteer or run a marathon? How about buying a bracelet or a lip balm to do your bit for the fight?

This year’s Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign gives the perfect opportunity to join in the fight against breast cancer and look stylish while doing it.

Now in its 17th year, Fashion Targets Breast Cancer is the UK’s leading charity fashion campaign that raises money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer. This year’s campaign is all about uniting mothers and daughters with leading high street and online retailers to encourage shoppers to wear their support by purchasing pieces from the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer collection.

The campaign is supported by well-known mother and daughter pairs, Sharon and Kelly Osbourne and Pearl and Daisy Lowe, who are encouraging everybody to join in. The collection may be for charity but whatever your age, style or budget, there is something for you to wear with pride and get involved.

Let’s face it, there’s no better reason to go shopping than to help kick breast cancer’s ass so go on a guilt free shopping spree – stores like Marks & Spencer, River Island, Warehouse, Topshop, my-wardrobe.com, Coast, Laura Ashley and Debenhams have all launched exclusive Fashion Targets Breast Cancer collections which carry a minimum 30% donation.

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