October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which means that there are tons of walks and runs happening in your area.
Round up your friends and family, form a team, and take part in these awesome events. But as you do it, you want to make sure you have a few pink products to help you fully embrace this important cause. Here are a few if you need to add some pink to your wardrobe:
A bracelet just for survivors
Let everyone know exactly why you’re running or walking with this beautiful survivor bracelet.
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A hat that’s practical and reinforces your mission
It’s cheeky, it’s practical, and it reminds everyone why you’re out there pounding the pavement. This Save the Tatas trucker hat is multi-purpose.
Pink ribbon necklace
This delicate piece of jewelry adds a little bit of bling to your outfit, and it’s perfect for wearing on your walk or run. Don it in honor of a loved one who is fighting the disease.
These eye-catching socks are perfect for keeping your feet comfy as you log miles, and the color is perfect for the theme of the event.
Go Pink or Go Home hoodie
This hoodie is perfect if it’ll be a little cooler during your event, plus it stays perfectly on theme.
A perfectly pink manicure
Don’t forget the little details, like this manicure, to complete your look as you get ready to run or walk to raise money for breast cancer awareness and research.
There are plenty of ways to create a comfy, pink outfit that’s perfect for your Breast Cancer Awareness walk or run during the month of October. Add a few of these products to your ensemble for a put-together look. These events are so important for raising funds and awareness, so encourage everyone in your life to join you as you get active.
Lauren Levine is a freelance writer who has contributed to publications and websites including The Charlotte Observer, U.S. News & World Report, American Way magazine, The Huffington Post, Hello Giggles, Bustle, Thrillist, Thought Catalog, and others.