LifestyleStyle Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Shop, eat and drink for a cure By NINA RUGGIERO Updated October 7, 2014 3:49 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Every October, our favorite brands bring out their best pink products in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here are some of our top picks that will make you look and feel good, with a portion of proceeds being donated to the cause. Rebecca Taylor Photo Credit: Rebecca Taylor Rebecca Taylor's fun and flirty tank will take you from day to night this fall, and 50 percent of proceeds go to the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation during the month of October; $225 at rebeccataylor.com. Forever 21 Photo Credit: Forever 21 The Forever 21 Breast Cancer Awareness Collection includes chunky knits, delicate lace, cute coats and more fall fashion must-haves, at Forever21.com and select Forever 21 stores. One dollar from the purchase of each item in the collection will be donated to the Keep A Breast Foundation. Stella & Dot Photo Credit: Stella & Dot Stella & Dot's gold-plated Strength Bracelet is a reminder that, like a herd of elephants, we're all in this together. For each bracelet purchased in October, all net proceeds will go to the Noreen Fraser Foundation; $39 at stelladot.com. aerie Photo Credit: aerie Infuse some fun into your wardrobe with aerie's limited edition Bright Pink Charley bra, and get a free customizable pin, plus a pink lip gloss if you donate $5. All proceeds go to Bright Pink; $29.95 in stores and at aerie.com through Oct. 31. DSTLD Photo Credit: DSTLD Mix up your denim game with DSTLD's blush jean, and $67 from each pair bought will benefit Bright Pink; $105 at dstldjeans.com. RALPH LAUREN Photo Credit: RALPH LAUREN Sneakers are so hot right now, and it's time to take advantage of the comfy trend. Ralph Lauren Pink Pony teamed up with Belk this year, and 10 percent of the purchase price from each pair will benefit the Belk Women’s Health Fund; $50 in Belk stores and belk.com Golden Thread Jewelry Photo Credit: Golden Thread Jewelry A single, striking pink jade gemstone on a 14-karat yellow gold-filled cable chain is simplicity with a statement. Twenty percent of proceeds will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation; $50 at goldenthreadshop.com. ASTARS Photo Credit: ASTARS Every fall wardrobe needs a moto jacket, and why not go for a stand-out hue? ASTARS will donate 25 percent of the proceeds from sales of their Robyn jacket will benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure; $152 at astarswomens.com. LOFT Photo Credit: LOFT New York-based jewelry design-duo HOLST+LEE teamed up with LOFT this year for these limited-edition earrings, with 70 percent of the purchase price benefiting the Breast Cancer Research Foundation through Nov. 15; $39.50 at LOFT stores and loft.com. Alex Woo Photo Credit: Alex Woo Alex Woo teamed up with Breast Cancer survivor Christina Applegate for his "Tree of Life" necklaces, in sterling silver or 14-karat yellow gold. All proceeds go to Applegate's Right Action for Women foundation; $110-700 at alexwoo.com. ONEHOPE Wine Photo Credit: ONEHOPE Wine ONEHOPE Wine is dedicated to supporting non-profits, and half the profits from every bottle sold are donated to a cause in need. ONEHOPE's Chardonnay raises funds for the Gateway to Cancer Research year-round, and provides clinical trials to women with breast cancer. It also comes as part of their Pink 365 gift box, which includes a Voluspa Bella Sucre coconut wax candle and a $10 gift card; $18.99 a bottle, $49 a gift box at onehopewine.com. Hard Rock Cafe Photo Credit: Hard Rock Cafe Sample the Hard Rock's pink margaritas (wildberry, watermelon and pomegranate), along with pink tortilla chips, try a slice of red velvet cake or another PINKTOBER menu item, and a portion of proceeds will benefit the cause. Financier Patisserie Photo Credit: Financier Patisserie Macarons are already our favorite picture-perfect dessert, and $1 from each sale of these pink raspberry treats from Financier Patisserie will go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation for the month of October; $12 for seven at all 10 Manhattan locations. By NINA RUGGIERO Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.