Fashion Targets Breast Cancer 2013 Campaign starts soon & See how you could get involved...

by - Monday, April 15, 2013


This month is the start of the Breast Cancer campaign and our respectable department stores have all stepped out to support and unite women affected by Breast Cancer. This official date for the launch of this campaign is on 22nd April 2013 amongst the charity marking its 17th birthday with its theme of ‘unity’.  Respectable retailers want you to get involved through wearing your support and invest in the special designed items in a bid to raise awareness of the charity’s work. Every single penny you put in through investing your money on these pieces will go straight to Fashion Targets Breast Cancer.  Here is sneak peek at what it is within the wear your support collection




The retailers involved with this year’s campaign are www.my-warobe.com where they have garments from Tabitha Webb which has designed a baby pink floral dress in support. Over at www.debenhams.com  they have teamed up with Henry Holland with his pair of shorts which are embraced with a girly lace design and his pretty printed top.

Laura Ashley walks the line with her vision of stripes amongst her vintage baby pink floral dress on www.lauraashley.com. Florals are still in bloom throughout the especially designed pieces continuing to feature on www.coast-stores.co.uk with their floral frocks from a burst of pinkness to calming whiteness.

The top’s and trousers are within support of the campaign through www.velevetjones.com legging which come monochrome colour palette however, perfect for the festival season by adding a pair of ankle boots to your look. Staying on the monochrome colour palette www.riverisland.com have created a t-shirt with a print of two birds in love perfect to go with jeans.

www.markandspencer.com have gone for a beach theme in order to support this year’s campaign through their bold Tie dye floral bloom neon two piece bikini whilst adding the same patterned towel to finish off your beach look.  Speaking of accessories regarding a towel River Island has also created the perfect bracelet whilst, www.lullilu.com have gone colour blocking with their simple red scarf and Mark and Spencer have carried on their tie-dye with practical bag.

By investing in these garments and accessories we are helping women around the world who have breast cancer to be treated and cured whilst, aiding Breast Cancer with the money they need to help stop cancer. You can also raise money for cancer by joining up with your friends for Race for Life…
*These pieces of the wear your support collection is not available to buy yet you'll have to wait until next week Monday 22nd April 2013

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