Two women in Massachusetts, one a breast cancer survivor herself, designed "jillies," fashionable, frilly tunic robes meant to replace the standard-issue thin robes you get at a doctor's office. They have Velcro closures for easy on-and-off access and are designed to look more like street clothes than hospital wear. They're 100 percent cotton and chemical-free. Available at jillies.com for $45.
Dearfoams offers petal-pink velour scuffs with rhinestones and a pink ribbon, available at dearfoams.com. $5 of the $25 purchase price goes to the non-profit Support Making Memories Breast Cancer Foundation.
Cathy's Concepts, based in Indianapolis, offers a white terry cloth spa robe with pink trim and an embroidered pink ribbon. One size fits most. A portion of the $55 cost goes toward breast cancer research. cathysconcepts.com.
Designer Nyoman Nadri offers a women's cotton batik robe called "Cherry Blue Clouds." The swirled light and dark colors are meant to represent life changing from dark to light. The Breast Cancer Site will fund 3 percent of a mammogram for each Cherry Blue Clouds robe purchased. You can find it for $70 at shop.theanimalrescuesite.com.