The Power of Pink: Honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Copy

In 1992, Evelyn Lauder, founder of the Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign, launched the pink ribbon campaign to increase worldwide understanding of breast cancer. 21 years later, the pink ribbon is still a ubiquitous symbol in the fight against the disease. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, add a little more pink to your wardrobe. To learn about more ways to raise awareness for the cause, visit nationalbreastcancer.org.

Shop the look:

  1. Orchid print (prices vary). fineartamerica.com 
  2. Carven wrap-effect brushed wool-blend mini skirt, $350. net-a-porter.com
  3. Kate Spade Metro watch, $195. katespade.com
  4. Barneys New York Harper pump, $275. barneys.com
  5. Bobbi Brown French Pink Set, $45. macys.com
  6. Diane von Furstenberg Niseko cashmere sweater, $198. dvf.com
  7. NEST Fragrances Passion for Breast Cancer Awareness candle, $28. bluemercury.com

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