In April 2014 I heard about a campaign (led by Fashion Revolution) calling for us to ask fashion brands where our clothes came from or, in short, #whomademyclothes. The campaign was launched because in the previous year, on April 24th 2013, the Rana Plaza collapsed. This resulted in 1,138 people…

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Shirt: Oxfam, Culottes: H&M, Hat: ASOS, Shoes Converse, Tights: Topshop (Similar) It’s not often when rummaging round a bargain basket that you find a little Archive by Alexa but that’s the sort of thing that can happen when you shop in charity shops. Dubbed the The Aire Shirt by Marks…

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Dress: Oxfam, Hat: ASOS, Shoes: Dr Martens  It’s no secret that I have penchant for all shops second-hand. Over the years my list of shops to visit on a Saturday has shifted from Topshop and River Island to Oxfam and Barnardo’s. It’s been an unconscious shift but as I plan…

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Denim Jacket: Oxfam, T-Shirt: Cancer Research UK, Jeans: River Island, Boots: Shoe Zone (Similar), Hat: ASOS Denim jackets seem to be having a moment on the ol’ high-street. They are saturating all the high-street .com’s but seem to have a twist. The jackets are fringed with tassels, they have been ripped to…

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 Coat: Cancer Research Shop, Jumpsuit: Sue Ryder, Top: Oxfam, Boots: Shoe Zone (Old but Similar), Hat: ASOS  It seemed as though spring had arrived on Saturday.  It was the first day I have worn my suede coat I bought from my local Cancer Research shop and not had to run…

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