You can still support Breast Cancer Awareness month even if the color pink isn't your style. These not-so-pink products give back to breast cancer research, too. Donna Karan's Cashmere Mist fragrance is a perennial classic ($98, Bloomingdales.com), and this month, 20 percent of each sale will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
E! News anchor Giuliana Rancic (herself a breast cancer survivor) designed this rhinestone chain necklace for Loft ($70, Loft.com). Twenty-five percent of the purchase price will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
A star-studded roster including Liv Tyler, January Jones, Vanessa Hudgens, Elizabeth Hurley, and more has partnered with accessories designer Patricia Nash to auction off 18 autographed handbags filled with each celebrity's must-haves. One hundred percent of the bids will benefit BCRF. Visit patricianashdesigns.com to bid.
Through October, Tocca will donate 50 percent of sales of the Eau de Parfum Viaggio set ($45, tocca.com) to Bright Pink, an organization that focuses on prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in young women.
Photographer Bob Carey began taking self-portraits in a pink tutu as a lark, but when his wife Linda was diagnosed with breast cancer, the project took on a new significance. Bloomingdale's has partnered with the Careys' Tutu Project to donate 100 percent of the proceeds from the Ballerina coffee-table book ($50, Bloomingdales.com) to breast cancer organizations.
This soft blonde brow marker ($19.95, touchbackbrow.com was created for chemotherapy patients who have lost their eyebrows. One hundred percent of the proceeds from this shade will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Coalition.
This month, Georgetown Cupcake is baking the chocolate and vanilla Susan G. Komen cupcake ($29 per dozen, or $55 with shipping, at georgetowncupcake.com), with the full purchase price of every treat sold benefitting the organization. The company has pledged to raise at least $50,000 for the cause. ($70, Loft.com)
Not Into Pink? Give Back To Breast Cancer With These Not-So-Pink Products