An Oxfam Fashion Shoot: Part Two
Tanya Kalyan Online fashion assistant
24th May 2012
Fashion Blogger Emily Rose Barne's styles a fashion shoot for Oxfam. Part 2 of 2.
I've been a volunteer at the Norwich Oxfam shop for over a year now and see first-hand the variety and quantity of clothes being donated and sold in the shop and online. Being part of the Oxfam fashion blog team, I took the opportunity to organise a fashion shoot to show the assortment of clothes that get donated to Oxfam. From high street labels, designers and vintage clothing I have pieced together numerous outfits to show the quality and diversity of donations. Charity shops shouldn't be seen
as a dowdy second hand clothes shop but a new retail outlet on your high street from which you can purchase great quality, unique clothes.
I will unveil my fashion shoot over several months displaying day and evening wear for men and women. I hope you are inspired and take the opportunity to browse the online store to find similar items. Oxfam's online shop sells over 120,000 items so you're sure to find something that suits you and your style.
The fashion shoot took place in the store room of Oxfam and all clothes used are donations. A big thank you to the new face of Norwich, Molly Violet McGeachin and Joey Everett for modelling.
LEFT - TAILORED SHORTS, £3.99 & GAP JUMPER, £5.99 - RIGHT - VINTAGE BASEBALL JUMPER, £3.99 & CORD TROUSERS £4.99
PURPLE ASOS DRESS, £7,99 & RUSSELL AND BROMELY BROGUES, £24.99
SILK VINTAGE DRESS (for the online shop) BROGUES (as before) VINTAGE BELT, £2.99
RETRO TOPSHOP GOLD SHORTS - £3.99 - ANIMAL PRINT JACKET - £5.99 - VINTAGE BELT - £2.99
Photo Credits: Joey Everett