{Day 27} Shop For A Cause: Fashion & Beauty For Women Over 40

Good morning ladies! I couldn’t go through 31 days of fashion & beauty for women over 40 during October and not mention breast cancer awareness month. Not only should you make sure you get your mammogram but you can also support and shop for a cause.

1. Olivetee Faith T-shirt ($26) Great t-shirts!!
2. Essie Breast Cancer Color Collection ($8 each)
3. Anne Klein Awareness Bracelet ($30)
4. Bobbi Brown Pink Peony Set ($45
5. Clinique Skin, Great Cause ($36)
6. Christopher Radko’s Pink Power Walk Breast Cancer Ornament ($49)
7. Stila Positively Pink Set ($18)
8. Smashbox ‘Be Legendary’ Lipstick ($19
9. Avon Breast Cancer Crusade Watch ($20) 

If you purchase any of these products, the company gives a portion of the money to breast cancer research and awareness. How cool is that?

Cancer is a horrible disease. I’m sure all of us know someone who has had breast cancer and many of us have lost someone we love to breast cancer. I’m ready to find a cure!

Have you lost someone to breast cancer or do you know someone who is going through it right now? 

I love to chat on facebook, you can follow me on facebook here, I also love to add things to my pinterest boards and if you’d like to follow some of my pictures throughout the day, you can follow me on Instagram.

**If you’ve missed any of my posts in this series or want to start from the beginning you can go here!

Beauty For the Heart~~But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. Isaiah 40:31

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  1. Jennifer G says

    Sadly, I know entirely too many women who have had breast cancer. Thankfully every last one of them is a survivor. Praise God!

  2. judy h. says

    Hi Cyndi, what a lovely collection of breast cancer awareness items. Just love the Santa Claus ornament and the watch. My Mother was diagnosed with breast cancer this past March. She is a beautiful, strong lady (she’s 5’1″) and a woman of incredible faith. She is also a beautiful dancer. In the middle of a series of debilitating radiation treatments, participated in a dance competiton. She danced perfectly and confidently. I watched her with pride through tears. in My daughter and I look for pretty little breast cancer awareness products and send them to her every so often for a fun surprise and as a reminder of our fierce love, support and unceasing prayer for her. You’ve just presented me with some great ideas. Thanks! Be blessed!


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