13 February, 2015

The Oxfam Midi Skirt

Skirt & Shirt: Oxfam, Jumper: M&S (Similar), Lip Stain: Sephora, Rings: Topshop & Pandora

Last week I completed my second post for Oxfam (over here if ya missed it). I decided to write about the topic of my favourite shirt which I am wearing in these pictures (surprise). I thought this week I would post about my most worn thrifted skirt. It's this colourful one which I bought from Oxfam a good ol' age ago. It wasn't my size originally but I adjusted the waist band slightly and it has been at the forefront of my wardrobe ever since. It has featured on this blog on numerous occasions (here, here & here just to name a few). On my usual charity shop sessions I always stumble across amazing midi skirts and have to stop myself buying them as I already have a good few in my wardrobe. However, this didn't stop me from browsing the skirt section Oxfam website earlier (no self control over here..) and I spotted a few that I think would look wonderful in my wardrobe. There is a tartan knee length number (here) and a gold sequin beauty (here) because if it's good for Alexa Chung then it's good for me :) 

Love, Hannah x

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  1. This skirt is so great! I need to get into my charity shopping, clearly. Loving this look xx
    Julia in Disguise| UK Fashion Blog

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    1. Ah thanks so much Julia. Definitely a good idea to hit the charity shops ;) x

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  2. I absolutely LOVE this look. the print on the skirt is incredible! And it pairs so well with a simple black top x

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  3. So so pretty Han, you look divine as per x

    holljc.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. Love the skirt with the belt !

    Sara,
    http://thecrimeofashion.blogspot.fr

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  5. that skirt is gorgeous!


    xx nikki
    www.dream-in-neon.com

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