Fashion Targets Breast Cancer has made it so much easier for you to raise money and awareness this year - shop all of these fashion-led products and do your bit.
Fashion Targets Breast Cancer is dedicated to bringing you this season’s fashion essentials, while contributing to a really great cause. Teaming up with the biggest and most-loved names on the high street, this year’s collection of pastels, monochromes and florals is something we know you’re going to love.
In keeping with their trademark pink theme, the 2014 collection features some almost-edible pastel pieces to give your spring wardrobe the key palette for SS14. Warehouse offer up a matchy-matchy floral two-piece in sugar-coated coral, that will be make a versatile set of separates for any work or weekend wardrobe. While Laura Ashley opt for variations of the hot hue for a feminine windowpane print dress.
But, we turn to fashion-forward favourites Topshop and M&S for the characteristically cool monochrome hits this spring. Topshop feed our obsession with statement Tees with a slogan top, as M&S give the modern florals a run for their money in the ultimate black and white colour contrast.
And we can’t forget the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer favourites – the lip balm tin, the collectable bracelets in this season’s spring brights, and the summer-ready bikini sets just in time for the holiday season.
With each stylish piece contributing to funding and raising awareness, the campaign gives us women the power to make a difference with our wardrobes. So as if we needed any other reason to give generously to this cause, this collection doubles the feel-good factor with some very shoppable style pieces. Preview the collection highlights now.
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Laura Ashley’s Windowpane Dress will help you wear one of the key spring styles with ease. Perfectly on trend in shades of pastel pink, this one’s a hot pick for SS14.
Topshop play it simple with this characteristically cool Raglan T-Shirt. Work this versatile style piece into your weekend wardrobe with ease.
Go matchy-matchy in the Warehouse Floral Two-Tone Top with coordinating shorts. The coral colour and busy pattern combine for a subtle way to wear a top and bottoms ensemble.
The Warehouse Floral Two-Tone Shorts are perfect will work as a key separate for your workwear wardrobe, giving a feminine edge to blazers and structured tops.
Following our spring obsession with statement Tees, River Island bring you the chic ‘One and Only’ T-Shirt in cool black on white print.
Monochrome is a spring/summer 2014 favourite, and florals are the most up-to-date way to wear it. The M&S Daisy Print Trousers take a modern spin on this season’s girlie floral trend.
We’re not scared of high-waisted bikini bottoms any more. This retro bikini from Red Herring couldn’t get any more fashion-savvy for spring/summer.
M&S go all out for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer with their swimwear essentials. This daisy-print two-piece is a holiday must-have.
Just a simple lip balm for a good cause, this hot pink M&S beauty essential will keep you hydrated, even in a handy-sized carry-around.
This summer loves denim. Team your H! By Henry Holland Skinny Bleach jeans with Breton stripes and chunky heeled sandals this year.
One-piece bathing suits are certainly having a moment. Forget your bikinis, because the swimsuit has totally upped its style credentials.
Florals meet leopard print this season with an on-trend Tee from River Island. Get the ultimate print clash in this pastel top.
Show your support for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer in this suitably girlie fashion Tee from M&S.
A hot pink pair of Superga must be on your spring wishlist. With the fash pack switching allegiances to flats, trainers have never seemed like a more chic footwear option.
Team this M&S Daisy Print Skirt with a flash of red to complete the ultimate new season monochrome clash.
Laura Ashley will keep you cosy in this super-sweet Pink Bow Cardigan for an easy layer until summer.
Accessorise any ensemble with this M&S Pink Bracelet and add a little bling to an off-duty outfit.
The M&S Cream Face Print T-Shirt would make the perfect accompaniment to spring’s feminine midi skirts, giving them an edge with this laidback separate.
Broderie tops are a summer essential and this coral-coloured must-have from H! By Henry Holland is easy to transform for day or night.
Shopping for an occasion outfit? You’ll love the Red Herring Prom Dress with sweet polka dots and an of-the-moment a-line skirt style.
3D florals are the essential update for spring florals. SS14 blooms aren’t contained to prints, it’s all about the applique, especially with this Debut Floral Applique Hem Dress.
Collect the full set of fun-coloured H! By Henry Holland Breast Cancer Bracelets and get familiar with spring’s bright colour code.