05 April, 2016

30 Wears from Oxfam

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Dress & Belt: Oxfam, High-Neck Top: Boohoo (Similar), Shoes: Topshop

With April being the month of Fashion Revolution Week, I thought it was only appropriate to wear a second-hand dress I wear over and over. Having worn this Oxfam dress (sans the grey high-neck) to the evening bash of a wedding last weekend and again on Monday with a plain white tee and converse, I only thought it right that I feature it as an #OOTD over on PID (not sure I should abbreviate, I'll stick to the full Paloma in Disguise)!

Fashion Revolution Week takes place from 18th to 24th of April and it couldn't be easier to get involved. If you're a Blogger or Youtuber you can create an alternative haul, otherwise known as a haulternative. Ideas for your haulternative include speaking/writing about your most loved garments, a second-hand haul creating one-of-a-kind charity shop outfits (a personal favourite) and a little fashion DIY. For non-Bloggers/Youtubers, Fashion Revolution Week can provide the opportunity to spread awareness about the importance of transparency in the fashion industry and ask brands the question, 'Who made my clothes?' A whole load of information can be found over on the Fashion Revolution website along with inspiring sustainable fashion quotes from the likes of the Queen (and by the Queen, I mean Vivienne Westwood) and Emma Watson! If it's good enough for Queen V...!

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3 comments

  1. Loving the shoes !

    Sara,
    www.thecrimeofashion.com

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  2. Love the layering in this outfit! And I really want your shoes, they are so cool!

    DarlingSophie

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  3. Amazing outfit! That dress is fab! :)

    www.aprettypostit.blogspot.com

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