A Charity Shop Haul

When I was younger I used to go around to my friends houses and would love to look through their wardrobe’s to see if they had any new, exciting items. Thankfully, around the same time I realised that asking to route through the wardrobe’s of others wasn’t normal, Youtube was born. No longer did I have to ask the odd question ‘can I look in you wardrobe?’ People started sharing their shopping purchases with the world and I had a front row ticket. Fast forward a number of years and here I am, posting my first shopping haul post. It’s slightly different since I don’t have a Youtube channel and I haven’t shopped on the high-street for a good ol’ while. After a recent charity shop route around I decided to photograph and post about my new items so you don’t have to ask me the awkward wardrobe question – or was that just me?



The Sue Ryder Shirt

Last week I bought this shirt for Β£3.50. Without hesitation I rushed to the counter and it became mine. I love the 70’s look it has about it with the simple maroon decorative embroidery. The small embroidered flowers on the cuffs add a nice touch and I think this will go perfectly with a cord skirt, boots and a shamelessly huge, burgundy floppy fedora – ya know, like they did it in the 70’s πŸ™‚

The Prospect Hospice Nightdress

Since Mollie Goddard’s beautiful London Fashion Week show, I have become obsessed with layering pretty, girly dresses over grungy, not so girly ripped jeans and old t-shirts. When I spotted this nightdress in my local charity shop (The Prospect Hospice) I wanted to wear it immediately over the black, scruffy jeans and round neck, black t-shirt that I was wearing at the time. As well as using the dress to ‘pretty-fy’ my more shabby outfits, I will also be wearing this during the summer on the beach as a cover-up and with the lighter ripped jean/bandeau top combo. Well worth the Β£3 I parted with. 

The Oxfam Denim Dress

Ever since the photographs of Alexa Chung for AG surfaced, I have been keep an eye out for the perfect denim dress. On a recent trip to Oxfam I spotted this oversized button down denim dress. The dress was almost a maxi dress on me but I hacked off the hem so now it sits above my knees. I have been wearing this most days since purchasing – with everything from the faithful Dr Martens to buckle-up boots, this dress goes with everything!

The British Heart Foundation Shirt 

As a gal forever on the hunt the perfect white shirt, this was an exciting purchase. I love the old, Victorian-esque feel to it. I think it would go perfectly with a pinafore dress – for which I am also on the hunt for. I have had an ASOS Reclaimed Vintage Pinafore Dress in my saved items for a while so now I’ve found it’s perfect partner, I may have to make the purchase πŸ™‚ I think this shirt will slot nicely in my wardrobe an is perfect for my usual uniform of black jeans and a fedora.

Thanks for reading. Have you picked up any exciting charity shop purchases lately?

Love, Hannah x

12 Comments

    • April 7, 2015 / 6:13 pm

      Ahh the perfect motto πŸ™‚ Thanks so much – so glad you like it all πŸ™‚ x

  1. April 3, 2015 / 6:18 pm

    The sue ryder shirt and denim dress looks lovely, really great finds! I think I need to pop in to my local charity shops soon and have a browse! x

    • April 7, 2015 / 6:13 pm

      Thank you! Charity Shopping is the perfect way to spend a Saturday πŸ™‚ Thanks again x

  2. April 5, 2015 / 3:14 pm

    Lovely post! πŸ™‚

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  3. April 6, 2015 / 7:11 am

    that denim dress is amazing, my friend has one from topshop so this is such a steal!

    Aine Oh

    • April 7, 2015 / 6:14 pm

      Oo thanks – definitely glad I bought it then πŸ™‚ Thanks again πŸ™‚ x

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