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How Cancer Changed Us – Wise Words from Our Community

February 24, 2021

Change is one of life’s only guarantees. It is something we all go through – sometimes happily, and often times, painfully and out of the blue. Many of us expend quite a bit of energy either making or avoiding change, yet ultimately, it catches up with us.


5 Reasons to Become a Plant Lady This Year

February 18, 2021

We’ve heard them all: Green Thumb, Crazy Plant Lady, Garden Gremlin. For the horticulturists who live for their potted friends, there’s no shame. And why not? This year, after embracing the shelter-at-home life, we’re going all-in on and going green.


In Her Words: Mikiala Spadaro

February 11, 2021

We are thrilled to share the incredibly brave and inspiring healing journey of Mikiala Spadaro whose perspective and wisdom gives us the chills (in a great way). A mother, wife, holistic health enthusiast and yoga teacher, she was diagnosed at 41 with the fastest proliferating and most aggressive form of breast cancer, HERS2+, finding a tumor the size of a small kiwi. 


How to Schedule Our Healthcare in 2021

February 3, 2021

While Coronavirus cases appear to be decreasing across the country, according to experts, hospitals and medical institutions are still at their breaking point. On average, two out of every five Americans live near a hospital with an ICU that has run out of beds, according to the CDC.


Staying Safe (and Positive) While Waiting for a COVID-19 Vaccine

January 28, 2021

It is a fresh new year, and first on our list of “things-we-really-can’t-wait-to-do” is to put the Coronavirus nightmare behind us. That, of course, is pure fantasy. Bad news first: The CDC has identified several new variants (mutations) of the virus that seem to be spreading faster and may lead to more cases of COVID-19. 


21 Reasons to be Joyful in 2021

January 21, 2021

Welcome to the start of something new. We’ve got a lot riding on 2021. 


How to Set Intentions, and Actually Keep Them!

January 7, 2021

With a new year, comes a new list of resolutions. We’re going to lose weight. Start a new skin regimen. Have a Dry January. Meditate more. Eat healthier. Make that doctor’s appointment. Pick up a new hobby. Sound familiar? But by the time February rolls around, nearly half of us have already dropped the ball, and our goals fall short. 


Everviolet Chats: Erika Stallings, BRCA Advocate, Co-Founder of the Black&BRCA Project & Writer

December 16, 2020

Erika Stallings is making waves in the Black breast cancer community, spreading her first-hand experience as a BRCA2 carrier and extensive knowledge around racial health disparities impacting Black women.


The Truth About Sex & Breast Cancer

December 3, 2020

Virtually all women who are diagnosed with breast cancer will also experience a shift in their sex lives – some temporary, some permanent. But when we explore just how deeply our sexual patterns are impacted, there’s no single narrative – we all experience something different. 


Everviolet 2020 Gift Guide: Shop Essential, Shop Small Business

November 24, 2020

Dedicate this holiday season to supporting small business! The Everviolet Gift Guide is our go-to resource for meaningful, sustainable and quality holiday treats for our loved ones. 


10 Sweet Ways to Show Love From Afar

November 19, 2020

A few ideas on sending love from afar, as we find ourselves leaning into gratitude and forcing ourselves to get over Zoom fatigue to keep connections current. 


The Fight of Our Lives: Cancer, Health & Advocacy

November 12, 2020

2020 will go down in history as a challenging year due to Coronavirus. But it’s even more upsetting that when we think about how far medicine has come over the last two decades, we’re not doing a good job of keep women healthy. 


Everviolet Chats: Renata Helfman, Founder & Executive Director of Lipstick Angels

November 5, 2020

Meet Renata Helfman, founder and executive director of Lipstick Angels and a woman who's both changing the standards of the cosmetic industry and transforming the lives of patients courageously fighting cancer.


In Her Words: April Stearns

October 28, 2020

As we begin to wrap up Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we are thrilled to share the poignant and inspiring story of April Stearns, a HER2+ cancer survivor, and founder and editor-in-chief of Wildfire Magazine, a beautiful collection of candid, heartfelt stories for breast cancer thrivers.


Everviolet Chats: MJ Decoteau, Founder & Executive Director of Rethink Breast Cancer

October 22, 2020

In the heart of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it's clear that our community needs more than pink ribbons and emojis – especially those facing treatment amidst a pandemic. Which is why we were thrilled to interview the ever-so-inspiring, MJ Decoteau, Founder and Executive Director of Rethink Breast Cancer.


Hope & New Discoveries for the Cancer Community

October 8, 2020

Just six months ago, we were facing the unknown, the uncertain future, and the collective anxiety of a community sheltering at home. Yet, today, we’re finding ourselves in a new crisis. The “prognosis” of the global pandemic appears to be lingering for (at least) another year. 


Think Before We Pink

October 1, 2020

It's that time of year again, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, or as we like to call it, Pinktober, where the breast cancer...


Everviolet in the News | Bestowed Essentials Podcast

September 24, 2020

We wanted to give a big thank you to Bestowed Essentials for celebrating Everviolet and the Stacy's Rise Project class of 2020! We're honored to be included in an amazing podcast featuring all 15 female founders. Check out our segment here.


How to Meditate & Flow with the Seasons

September 22, 2020

Today is the fall equinox – a beautiful time to take stock in what we want to release, nurture and nourish. 


Prioritizing Our Mental Health Amidst a Pandemic

September 10, 2020

Mental health has really taken precedence this year. A subject often regarded as taboo or something to be kept private, all of a sudden, we’re opening up about our mental states with practically everyone. Why? Because for the first time in a century, the entire globe is facing a crisis together.


To Test or Not to Test? Genetic Testing & Breast Cancer

September 2, 2020

It may seem like ages ago, but it was within most of our lifetimes’ that scientists studying genetics first mapped the complete human genome as we stepped into the twenty-first century. The power of knowledge has opened doors for medical professionals—and for our community itself—giving us new insights into how, why, and specifically who will be impacted by cancer.


It's Women's Equality Day – Get Inspired and VOTE!

August 26, 2020

With only 68 days left until Election Day, we’ve gathered inspiring words from 10 female changemakers who marched, sacrificed and resisted the system to provide women the freedoms that we have today.


Why Everviolet is Making Masks

August 20, 2020

If anyone would have told me at the beginning of 2020 that I would soon be adding face masks to our lingerie and loungewear collection, I would have laughed out loud. But as we all have learned, life changes on a dime, and the best thing we can do is be limber to change.


Self-Care Staycations

August 11, 2020

We’re all in the thick of the pandemic still, awash with concerns over homeschooling, unemployment, the economy and not to mention, the increased risk of contracting COVID-19.


In Her Words: Sara Reed

August 6, 2020

A few weeks ago, we had the amazing pleasure of meeting Sara Reed — devoted wife, mom of two, successful professional, wellness advocate, and now, Everviolet model. Her warmth...


Everviolet in the News | Marin Living

July 30, 2020

Thank you Marin Living Magazine for a beautiful feature in your inaugural issue, Celebrating Marin Visionaries. With a focus on local thought leaders, our founder shares how she turned a challenging live event...


Everviolet by Astrological Sign

July 28, 2020

Ever wonder which Everviolet piece is the best match for you? Since all of our bras accommodate post-surgical and treatment sensitivities, there’s room to have some fun in your shopping selections. Check out our guide by astrological sign and get in sync with your own celestial magic! 


Everviolet in the News | Stacy’s Rise Project 2020 Winner

July 23, 2020

Everviolet is thrilled to announce that we have been selected as a Stacy’s Rise Project 2020 Winner! We, along with 14 other women-founded businesses, have been offered a unique opportunity to receive funding, mentorship and community support from Stacy’s Pita Chips...


Breast Cancer Blogs We Love

July 16, 2020

1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during our lifetimes. Whether it impacts us personally or through those we love, virtually all of us will be touched by the disease in one way or another. 


The Game-Changers: Women in History

July 7, 2020

We celebrated Independence Day this year differently, as did our friends and families around the country. With less fanfare, greater social distancing, and a touch of sadness, we took in the summer festivities with the best of intentions. 


Everviolet Chats: Kelsey Bucci, Mother x 4, Breast Cancer Thriver & Entrepreneur

July 2, 2020

You know that saying, "You have the same amount of hours in a day as Beyoncé?” Well, this woman really lives up to those standards.


Skincare Tips for Every Age

June 25, 2020

How does one age gracefully? We have a lot on our plates: career, work, family, ambition. And our skincare is important, too. 


School's out. Now what? Try These Tips for Summer Parenting

June 18, 2020

If you’re like us, managing to cope with family dynamics and the laughable idea of work-life balance for the last several months has felt like a never-ending battle. We all deserve a break—and it’s finally here! 


Kaitlyn Hanna: Forever in Our Hearts

June 15, 2020

Beauty is a light that shines, and Kaitlyn’s light was by far one of the brightest.


In Her Words: Ellen Hall Saunders

June 11, 2020

Ellen Hall Sanders was diagnosed with a type of breast cancer called Infiltrative Lobular Carcinoma at age 58. Even though her mother had breast cancer twice, testing showed that Ellen...


Finding Faith in the Human Spirit

May 28, 2020

Over the past few months, we've witnessed communities all over the globe come together like never before. We’ve seen heartfelt and benevolent acts of kindness such as...


Everviolet In the News | Business Insider

May 27, 2020

Keira Kotler, Everviolet's Founder and CEO, shares how she pivoted her business to better care for her customers and medical partners during a pandemic, as well as key advice for other small business owners.


Transformation Tuesday: Tips for Navigating the New Normal

May 26, 2020

We can probably all agree that it was a different type of Memorial Day this year. In addition to remembering and paying homage to the brave service men and women of our country, many of us also experienced our first weekend of “opening up” from quarantine. 


BCPP's Tips for Living with a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

May 21, 2020

For those of us battling illness during all of the Coronavirus unknowns, keeping our immune systems strong, our social circles small and doing whatever we can to protect ourselves and stay healthy is top priority.