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Breast Cancer Awareness: Wear it PINK

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Friday 24th October 2014 is #wearitpink day!

With a thousand women still dying from breast cancer every month in the UK alone, the fight is not over. It is now easier than ever before to take part – look good by wearing the latest pink trends with your friends, family or colleagues to raise awareness and money. Here at Style Doctors we have rounded off the top picks from the latest trends for you to show your support for this special cause by ‘wear it pink’.

Whether you like the hot pink or the muted pastels, we have just about everything to suit your needs from clothing to shoes to accessories. It’s also really easy to take part (no getting drenched in ice cold water involved with this one).

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These items are evergreen in style and can be worn over and over again. Simple yet chic styles that can be styled differently every time they’re worn and suited for various occasions; be it a meeting, party or catch up with friends. Day or night, tall or petite, this colour suits all.

Even if you only choose to wear one item of pink, that’s fine. We love this Michael Kors watch with (of course) a pink face. Team the lighter pink shades with pale denim, camel and white for an understated look. If you like a more vibrant pink why not go for a pink dress finished off with fuschia pink lips?

Support this cause with your best foot forward, because here at Style Doctors we make sure you look your best everyday of the week whatever life may throw at you!


Book yourself a personal shopper today and get the right wardrobe choices you need.

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  1. sara ireland - September 20, 2015 8:35 pm


    my incredibly gorgeous 40 something friend-previously a doctor in research is recovering from breast cancer both breasts and about to have a double mastectomy. She has always been interested in fashion and wants to re-direct and get involved with other women who want to channel recovery into building their confidence and enjoying fashion-perhaps around supporting them in choosing fashion, fashion shows etc.any ideas? I’m a psychologist but would be happy to support such events groups if it wasn’t in working week.

    any advice I can give her-contacts etc


    • Style Doctors - September 21, 2015 5:55 pm

      Hi there,

      Thank you for your message. Our sister company Style My sounds perfect for her. They offer training to those wanting to become stylists and also Styleovers to people who need some style assistance and confidence boost. The website is – their motto is confidence through clothes!

      Thank you


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