And On A Sunday We Wear Oxfam

Skirt & Bag: Oxfam, T-Shirt: H&M, Belt: Topshop Shoes: Dr Martens

Today was another on of those days when I struggled with what to wear in the sun so I wore a winter outfit – minus the tights! It’s another one of those posts which is predominately made up of favourite Oxfam items. This skirt has seen me through a lot of ‘I don’t know what to wear’ days. It is so easy to dress up (with a shirt and boots, as I did here) and to dress down (as I wore it today).

Speaking of all things thrifted (as that is my favourite topic), during one of my twitter scrolling sessions the other day I came across an article from the Telegraph. It was about YouTuber’s getting ethical with a new type of haul – the ‘haulternative’.  The article goes on to mention Fashion Revolution Day which is next Friday.  Friday the 24th of April is a day on which the organisation Fashion Revolution are asking us to ask the question ‘Who made my clothes?’ On Friday, I will be putting my clothes on back-to-front (on purpose, and not just to celebrate it being Friday) and asking my brand of choice – ‘Who made my outfit?’ Last year a lot of people got involved including Susie Bubble and Designer Jumble. Designer Jumble are holding an event to mark the occasion again this Friday (all information here). There will be an appearance from Susie Bubble and the chance to pick up some second hand designer items. It sounds bloomin’ brilliant. There are so many other ways to get involved on Friday – many of which have been listed in this article from the Telegraph. If you do get involved, let me know as I would love to see what you get up to!

Love, Hannah x


    • April 27, 2015 / 10:08 am

      Thanks Cat – I do love a good route round Oxfam 🙂 Thanks again

  1. April 21, 2015 / 4:20 pm

    That skirt is just gorgeous. And you always manage to find the most amazing things at Oxfam! You must have a nose for it! x

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