Last weekend we ventured out to a lake not too far so I took the opportunity to camouflage my outfit with the leafy surroundings. Both the shirt and high-neck top are from my local Oxfam shop. I have worn the black top sooo many times (here and here, to name a few) which means, at £2.50, it’s pretty much free-per-wear – right!? I love the grungy colours of the shirt (not quite seasonally appropriate). It was originally from Marks and Spencer before ending up in Oxfam, and then my wardrobe. As I have previously mentioned (perhaps on too many occasions), I love a charity shop shirt. They are so versatile – from doubling up as a kimono to wearing buttoned up with a jumper. The possibilities are endless. On a recent (but not rare) browse of the Oxfam website I spotted a fair few shirts that I think would look pretty bloomin’ great in my wardrobe – from this beautiful Cream Topshop Blouse (8.99) to this Marks and Spencer patterned blouse (£8.99), I love ’em all. If you’re not a fan of buying second-hand clothes then Oxfam also have a BNWT (Brand New With Tags) section so you can happily shop away.
I also just wanted to quickly mention that I have recently begun using Facebook a lot more so I would be super-duper grateful if you could like my page – it’s just over here. I promise I’ll try to make all things vintage/thrifted/lovely fun for you 🙂