42 Ways To Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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    Update: October's more than halfway through, but we've got plenty of new, charitable ways to support the cause (all while shopping). Really, it doesn't get easier than this!

    In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, thousands of companies pitch in to support the cause with limited-edition product that help fight The Big C. The ubiquitous pink products are popping up everywhere, and they've come along way since simple lapel ribbons. In support of BCA, we're on the lookout for fashion and beauty buys that donate a portion of proceeds to organizations and charities that support breast cancer awareness and research. With just a little hunting, we found 42 perfect picks, right here. Shopping to support? Yeah, you can bet we're down with that.

    Of course, there are plenty of ways to help research and awareness programs, but these are definitely the easiest. Whatever your budget, there's a pink item for you to show your support. From limited editions of perfumes you already use to a peplum top that works into your wardrobe seamlessly, click ahead to support breast cancer awareness in style.

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