DIY Off The Shoulder Top

A few years ago I did a little fashion DIY for the Oxfam blog, adapting an oversized shirt into a off-the-shoulder, Bardot style top. Having worn it many a times over the years, I thought I would set about making another one. Super easy to make, and taking less than 1…

Dreamer DIY

Jumper: Oxfam (DIY’d)  I have been meaning to post this little fashion DIY tutorial for a while but I feel as though it’s so simple that it’s not really a tutorial, it’s more of a DIY idea. After spotting this plain grey jumper in Oxfam for 50p(?!) I thought it…

Fashion DIY X The Thrift

Shirt: DIY’d for The Thrift Two of my favourite things are blogging and charity shops so I’m always pretty excited when I virtually stumble across a blog about charity shopping. Barnardo’s blog, The Thrift, is a hub full of beautiful charity shop finds and fashion DIY’s. I’m very happy to have been…

A little Upcycling

Dress; Old Dress Upcycled, Skirt: Urban Outfitters (Similar), Shoes: Dr Martens  I have been planning a few clothing up cycles for a while now. Whether that be for the Oxfam Fashion blog, the CLIC Sargent blog, Fix Up Look Sharp, or my little ol’ blog. My last posts for both Oxfam…

An Oxfam Spring Upcycle

Every year when February draws to a close and spring approaches I begin to wonder what on earth I wore last year. Whilst others embrace dressing for the spring months florally and beautifully, I seem to end up looking into my wardrobe with a baffled look upon my face. With…

30 Minute Fashion DIY | Tie Front Jumper

I have mentioned in previous posts that I am always that girl on a budget so I love looking for ways to re-invent my existing wardrobe. After a little mooch around the high-street the other day I realised I was drawn towards all the tie front tops and dresses in…

5 Ways to get Fashion DIY Inspiration

When I look into my wardrobe and lack outfit inspiration it’s usually time to get fashion DIY-ing. Since I’m usually on a budget I see what I can do with the clothes I have rather than heading out to the shops and filling my basket – as much as I…