Oxfam Staples

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Jumper: Topshop (Old but Similar), Skirt & Belt: Oxfam, Shoes: Converse, Bag: Modalu (Old but Similar)

Having worn this skirt many a times since picking it up from Oxfam, I’m surprised that this is it’s first appearance over on this little corner of the internet. I found it in my local Oxfam towards the end of last year and ended up wearing it on a much too regular basis to work with tights and a roll-neck. Now, with the sun out I can replace the heavy knits with well, a slightly thinner knit! It’s definitely one of those things that I will be reaching for from my wardrobe for a long ol’ time – it’s the dream skirt for a lazy dresser (me) because it goes with bloomin’ everything!

It was Saturday I decided to wear my new spring/summer weekend uniform (this Oxfam skirt with alternating knit/band t-shirt/smart shirt). After a little mooch around the charity shops I ended up back home checking the Oxfam website for some more staples to see me through the hotter months comfortably. Never a website to disappoint, I found a few bits to ponder over in my virtual shopping basket including floaty wide leg trousers (because it’s the floatier, the better when overheating at work), a beaut of a crochet cardigan (definitely not a staple but would fill the 70’s gap in my wardrobe) and a blush pink jumper with frill cuffs┬ábecause it just ticks every single jumper shaped box!

Oxfam Fashion

Oxfam Fashion

Oxfam Fashion

Oxfam Fashion

Oxfam Fashion

Oxfam Fashion

Oxfam Fashion

1 Comment

  1. June 17, 2017 / 12:20 pm

    Awesome outfit that suits best on you. Thanks for sharing the idea and I will for sure look the same outfit for my wife.

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