#FashionTargetsBreastCancer


You may have noticed our newest addition to the blog, the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer banner, If you click on it it will take you through to Breakthrough Breast cancers 'Wear your Support' page where you can find out about all about their latest campaign. 
I have always loved this charities selection of fashion fundraising products, they have their finger firmly on the fashion pulse, and always seem to pull off on trend pieces that aren't too in your face 'charity'.
This year they have done another stellar job with the help of some of our favourite high street stores of creating a collection of super wearable pieces. 
These are my favourites that I will be adding to my summer wardrobe, whilst feeling very smug  that 30% of the cost is going to help this Fantastic charity.

I love the summery tie dye towel, great for our holiday, and that Warehouse feather top is gorgeous! My top pick though has to be the Laura Ashley stripe dress, beautiful!

Check out the whole collection on their website, there are all the usual ways to follow all the news from Fashion Targets Breast cancer, don't forget to #WearYourSupport
''2013 is the year Fashion Targets Breast Cancer focuses on unity. Together we are stronger and this year’s campaign will see us unite mothers and daughters with leading high street and online retailers to encourage you to Wear Your Support.
This year’s campaign is fronted by two of the world’s most famous mother and daughter duos, Sharon and Kelly Osbourne and Pearl and Daisy Lowe, conveying strength, support and unity against breast cancer.
The range is full of exclusive pieces that can be teamed up for any occasion throughout the Great British seasons: day or night, home or away, rain or shine. Whatever your age, whatever your style, whatever your budget, there is something for you to wear with pride and get involved.
Fashion Targets Breast Cancer is the UK’s leading charity fashion campaign. Now in its seventeenth year, the campaign raises vital money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Each year 50,000 women in the UK are diagnosed with breast cancer. We need you to Wear Your Support for these women and unite to stop women dying from this disease.''
Have a great weekend.
Sammy xxx

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