Shop for a Cure: 26 Major Bargains That Support Breast Cancer Research
Chic buys and major bargains that support the fight against breast cancer.
The pink liner, lipstick, and gloss in the Estée Lauder
Evelyn Lauder Lip Set are all you need to get a perfectly glamorous mouth. $22; EsteeLauder.com . Five hundred thousand dollars goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
A Beyond Yoga
sports bra with removable padding gives you workout support and an uplifting mantra (printed inside). $64; IAmBeyond.com
. Thirty percent of proceeds goes to the Entertainment Industry Foundation Women's Cancer Research Fund.
The healthy, mouthwatering recipes in Evelyn H. Lauder's In Great Taste
were based on advice from her years of experience with doctors and nutritionists. $30; Amazon.com
. One hundred percent of Evelyn H. Lauder's royalties from the sale of her book goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Go a little bit country with this guitar by Simba,
from Tough Enough to Wear Pink,
a foundation started by a cancer survivor and rodeo mom who once convinced her son and his rivals to compete wearing pink shirts. $149; ToughEnoughtoWearPink.com
. Twenty-five dollars from every guitar sold goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
This sleek, quilted down vest by Tory Burch
brings cosmopolitan style to a country weekend. $295; ToryBurch.com
. Fifteen percent of proceeds during October, up to $10,000, goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Take shelter under this generous Unique Vintage
umbrella emblazoned with a sunny daisy. $25; Unique-Vintage.com
. Five dollars from every umbrella sold goes to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
The timeless shape of these Pink Pony Collection by Ralph Lauren
sunglasses suits any face. $190; RalphLauren.com
. Ten percent of sales of Pink Pony products goes to the Pink Pony Fund of the Polo Ralph Lauren Foundation.
Who doesn't love a floral print? This Marimekko for Avon
tote bag will add a pop of color to your fall wardrobe. $10; AvonFoundation.org
. All profits go to the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade.
Vanilla buttercream cupcakes from Bangerang Bake Shop
(with pink ribbon sprinkles) come in individual glass jars for giving away or savoring slowly. $6.50 per cupcake; BangerangBakeshop.com
. Fifteen percent of sales goes to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Durable, stemless wineglasses by Riedel
—each tinted with a different shade of pink—make for fuss-free entertaining. $70 for four; RiedelWebStore.com
. Fifteen percent of sales goes to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
Add a Sonia Kashuk
Sweep of Pink Brush to your collection, and then give it a stylish home in the "Bag Lady" cosmetics case. $13 and $12; Target.com
. Fifteen percent of sales from each item goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
For the little one in your life: Hatley
footed pajamas in toasty cotton. $29; HatleyStore.com
. Twenty percent of sales of Hatley Pink Bear items during October goes to the Breast Center at John Wayne Cancer Institute at Saint John's Health Center.
Flouncy ribbed bands make White + Warren
cashmere gloves a pleasure to have and to hold. $75; WhiteandWarren.com
. Fifty percent of proceeds goes to Women at Risk Breast Cancer Program at New York–Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center.)
Doing good is delicious, thanks to these gigantic, hand-dipped Shari's Berries. $35 for six; RedEnvelope.com/oprah
. Ten percent of revenues goes to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
For rich color and a sweet taste, try Jane Iredale
Christina PureMoist LipColour, named for cancer survivor Christina Applegate. ($19; JaneIredaleDirect.com
. Two dollars of every purchase goes toward a minimum donation of $25,000 to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
The sleek Prescriptives Pink Ribbon Palette for Cheeks and Eyes holds four neutral shadows, two blushes, and a mirror, making primping a cinch.
$49; department stores. A $20,000 donation goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Get your kicks in these canvas Lacoste
sneakers; the backless style lets you slide them on and go. $33, QVC, 800-345-1515; QVC.com
. October 13 from 7 to 10 P.M. ET. Net proceeds that evening go to eight breast cancer research and education institutions around the country.)
This Tommy Hilfiger watch, with raspberry leather strap and crystals on the dial, lights up your wrist.
$95; 212-223-1824. Thirty percent of sales of the Tommy Hilfiger Fifth Avenue Pink Collection goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Twist and Pout Pink Ribbon lip balm is easy to find even at the bottom of the most cluttered purse. $6; Amazon.com
. Five percent of profits goes to the Breast Cancer Network of Strength.
Real men wear pink: Garth Brooks' The Ultimate Hits Collection
contains 3 discs: dual CDs of old favorites and new songs, and a DVD with never-before-seen footage. $15; ShopKomen.com . $10 of the retail price goes to Susan G. Komen for the Cure
Stand out on the green with a six-pack of Wilson "Hope" golf balls in refreshing colors. $8; Wilson.com for stores. Wilson donates $100,000 annually plus one percent of sales from the Hope line to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation
Accessorize your iPod Nano with a chicBuds case adorned with more than 500 Swarovski crystals. $70; ChicBuds.com Ten percent of sales goes to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Refresh a tired couch with the muted colors and serene scenes on these Blissliving Home throw pillows. $50 each, free shipping with code SUSANGKOMEN; BlissLivingHome.com . Twenty percent of proceeds goes to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Rebecca Taylor's silk blouse with floaty cascading trim will be a year-round staple. $225; ShopBop.com . One hundred percent of proceeds goes to the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation
Carry this paisley Tumi cosmetics case in your day bag, or break it out at night as a wristlet. $95; Tumi.com . Twenty percent of the retail price goes to Susan G. Komen for the Cure
Note cards from legendary stationer Smythson provide a classy alternative to email. $50 for a box of ten; Smythson.com . Twenty percent of sales during the month of October goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation
. More of what we love this month: The October O List