THE HIGH STREET’S BEST 3 CHARI-TEES*

*And jeans, and bracelets. Be­cause if there’s one thing bet­ter than shop­ping, it’s shop­ping for a good cause

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# 1 : River is­land

Fronted by none other than Look Influencer Li­lah Par­sons, River Is­land has launched a lim­ited edi­tion three-piece char­ity cloth­ing col­lec­tion – 0 per cent from each pur­chase will be do­nated to­wards Breast Cancer Now, along with 100 per cent of prof­its from the brand’s iconic Fash­ion Tar­gets Breast Cancer bracelets. Dou­ble good.

# 2 : Marks & spencer

For the brand’s 20th Fash­ion Tar­gets Breast Cancer col­lab­o­ra­tion, M&S has re­cruited none other than mod­el­ling mas­sive Twiggy as the face. Be­yond that, the brand has not one, not two, but three tops to choose from. And for just £15 each…

# 3 : MON Bre­ton

Pan­cre­atic cancer char­ity The Mandy Sup­port­ers Club has joined forces with Mon Bre­ton to cre­ate a be­spoke de­sign in aid of the re­search fund. In short, cus­tomers that choose to have the PCRF logo em­broi­dered along­side their name onto the Mon Bre­ton jersey will get a 10 per cent dis­count, while a do­na­tion of up to 0 per cent will be made to the char­ity. Each top costs £70 - £100 de­pend­ing on the style and em­broi­dery you choose.

Jeans, £42 River Is­land

Bracelet, £2 River Is­land

T-shirt, £15 Marks & Spencer

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