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Oxfam Shirt

Oxfam Shirt

Shirt & Bag: Oxfam, Skirt: Urban Outfitters (Similar), Shoes: Dr Martens 

On Sunday I ran the London Marathon (had to slip that in somewhere on my blog!) so this week it is flat, comfy shoes only! Even these Dr Martens are proving a struggle to wear as they seem too heavy for my worn out legs! I have a new found respect for those athletes who run it in such amazing times – how is it that they can run so fast? How is it even possible? I don’t think I could sprint 100m at the speed they run the whole marathon! It was such a great day and amazing to see people running for so many great causes. I was running for a charity called Headway, the brain injury association. On the eve of the marathon I attended the Headway pasta party in order to carb up – and carb up I did. I met some wonderful people who were all running for such worthy causes. I posted a picture of my marathon day over on Instagram 🙂 

In sartorial news I bought this shirt for a few pounds the other week from Oxfam. So far I have layered it over skirts/trousers (as it’s oversized) and under dresses for the pinafore look (as I did with my favourite Beyond Retro shirt – here). I love how colourful it is. It will be perfect for summer which is a season hard to imagine since it is currently pouring with rain. My boyfriend and I have just booked a trip to Sri Lanka which is a country I have never visited so if anyone has any recommendations then I would love to hear them – we are clueless 🙂 

Love, Hannah x

Oxfam Shirt

Oxfam Shirt

Oxfam Shirt


  1. April 29, 2015 / 12:15 pm

    That shirt is just so cute, I adore the colours! x


  2. April 29, 2015 / 8:37 pm

    beautiful beautiful beautiful! your outfits always amaze me!

    Aine Oh

  3. April 30, 2015 / 7:30 pm

    Ahhh the title of the post definitely made me laugh, such a legendary film! I can't believe that top is Oxfam – amazing find! I love when you find such unique, gorgeous finds in charity shops. Congratulations on running the marathon too – major hats off to you, for such a noble cause too! And your holiday to Sri Lanka sounds so exciting!

    Sinéad xo ♥ fabuleuse, toujours ♥

    • May 4, 2015 / 9:04 pm

      Haha gotta love The Devil Wears Prada 🙂 So glad you like the Oxfam find too 🙂

      Thank you so much – it was pretty tough but getting to the end of the marathon was the best feeling 🙂

      Thanks again 🙂 x

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