Don’t miss the next SBBH newsletter

I've got my eye on Collection 2000's bang-up-to-date catwalk colours

Here’s a nudge and a wink to let you know that the next SBBH newsletter is going to be a corker, so sign-up and reap the rewards if you haven’t already.

Want to know what my special bunch of newsletter readers will receive?

Well, I can’t say too much (sign-up to receive it).  But here are some hefty hints:

MaxCleavage.com specialises in, well, maxing cleavages

Treat #1: a truly amazing offer from gel bra experts MaxCleavage.com (a freebie worth £46.99)

Delight #2: a competition with beauty-licious Collection 2000 make-up prizes

Titillation #3: an exclusive bulletin of Boobs in the News, especially penned for SBBH newsletter readers

Not sure about joining another mailing list? I completely understand, no-one wants an inbox bulging with sales pitches and useless jibber-jabber.

But let me assure you the SBBH newsletter is all about you, not me.  As a subscriber, you will be on the receiving end of many a juicy, VIP deal… and other added-value perks. Just like the SBBH blog, there will be a jaunty spirit to all email missives that I’m reasonably confident you’ll enjoy.

So please, sign-up, sign-up, and give it a try.

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Where breast cancer is concerned, size doesn’t matter: every beautiful big boob, tiny titty, young bap, mature chest, droopy knocker and pert plumpy is under threat.

This October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, is the perfect opportunity for us all to unite and find out how we can play our part in fighting this disease.  I’ve asked the small-bust lingerie specialists on my speed dial to tell me about the initiatives they’re running to support this very important cause. 

Spend £1, save lives: It's a no-brainer

Little Women

This small cup specialist (which offers a lovely range of AAA cup, AA cup, A cup and B cup bras) is selling Breast Cancer Awareness pins for £1.00.  The pins are being sent out with no charge for P&P (to UK customers) and all the money from sales goes directly to Breast Cancer Care.   If you’re based in the UK and you’re shopping at Little Women anyway, why not pop a pin in your basket… you’ll get free P&P for your order*.  (*if order is placed during the month of October).

The Little Bra Company

Lucia bra, $56, The Little Bra Company: that's $5.60 for charity

This October, The Little Bra Company is donating 10% of all proceeds from its bestselling Lucia bra in peony/tangerine to the Young Survival Coalition, an international organisation dedicated to young women with breast cancer. YSC works with survivors, caregivers and the medical, research, advocacy and legislative communities to increase the quality and quantity of life for women under 40 diagnosed with breast cancer.

The Little Bra Company is also participating in a breast cancer awareness event and benefit at Movement Studio LA on Sunday October 17:  An afternoon of Hoop*A*BoomBoom, Burlesque with food, drinks, breast cancer awareness information and the sale of gorgeous goodies, including  jewellery, candles and intimate apparel. The entrance fee is $20.
 

Kaylen bra, $50, Lula Lu

Stylish small-bust lingerie label Lula Lu is supporting the Save The Tatas Foundation during Breast Cancer Awareness Month by donating 10% of the sales of the Kaylen Convertible Bra to this private, not-for-profit corporation, committed to battling cancer at every stage.

Itty Bitty Bra

Signature pink bra, $50, Itty Bitty Bra

Breast petals, $12.50, Itty Bitty Bra

The fabulous Itty Bitty Bra is donating 10% of the proceeds from sales of its Signature pink bra and breast petals to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure – a movement working to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and support the search for cancer cures.

 

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