Posted August 07, 2018 06:06:22 Butterfly women have created some seriously stylish fashion items for a good cause, and their latest fashion campaign for the month of August is all about raising money for breast cancer research.
The campaign has been called “A Day Without Breast Cancer,” and the Butterfly womens clothing company is taking to Twitter to share their fundraising efforts.
The hashtag #ADayWithoutBreastCancer is trending on Twitter right now.
The hats, which come in different colors and styles, feature butterfly patterns and butterflies.
The brand also created a collection of accessories, which are available for purchase online and at the store.
Butterfly womens clothing company has been making a splash in the beauty industry for years with its high-end beauty products.
The company has produced more than 50 beauty lines, and they’ve been known for their high-quality products and service.
It’s not the first time the company has put together a fundraising effort for breast-cancer research.
In 2014, they launched the Butterfly Women’s Clothing Fund to help support women battling breast cancer.
In 2016, the company created a “Tribute to the Heroes” campaign for their “Men’s Clothing.”
It was a way for men to pay homage to their loved ones who were battling cancer.
Butterfly women’s clothing company’s founder and CEO, Laila Zebeli, said that they wanted to do something special to help raise awareness for breast Cancer.
“When we started, we had no idea how big this campaign would be, how much money it would raise,” Zebeli said in an interview with ABC News.
“It’s going to be a huge success.”
The company created the campaign to raise money for the Breast Cancer Foundation of America.
Butterfly Womens Clothing is also a 501(c)(3) organization.
The 501(C)3 tax exemption allows the company to operate in the public good.
The organization has also been praised for its charitable giving, which has helped to fund breast cancer awareness and research.
Zebelin said the brand has created a series of clothing items specifically for women to wear at home, in addition to some items for men.
The items include scarves, shirts, hoodies, and pants.
The clothing can be purchased online at butterflywomensclothing.com, or they can be made by the company directly at their retail store.
In addition to the hats, the brand is offering a selection of other items that include shirts, sweatshirts, t-shirts, boots, socks, and even a collection tote bags.
The collection includes scarves that feature the butterfly pattern, and a variety of other designs, such as butterflies and butterflies, butterflies and scarves.
“You can wear it to work or to school or anywhere that it’s fashionable,” Zeveli said.
The proceeds from the campaign will go to breast cancer advocacy efforts and help breast cancer survivors in need.
“If you wear the hat, people will think twice about saying anything about your breast cancer,” Zeely said.
“We’re really hoping that the hat is going to help more women find their voice.”
Butterfly womans clothing company says the campaign is designed to raise awareness of breast cancer, as well as to promote breast cancer prevention and research programs.
They also said the campaign was inspired by the famous butterfly butterfly, which they created for their men’s clothing line.
Zeveli told ABC News that the company will also donate $50 to the Breast cancer Foundation of American.