Natalie Tsoh

Oxfam Fashion blogger

I am a Fashion Buying graduate with an eye for vintage and fashion DIY. I am a professionally trained musician and can make a mean brew. I aspire to live in a big city of lights, fine restaurants and good music and would ultimately love to work in fashion. I truly believe that fashion is more than meets the eye, proving to be far less superficial than people think. I regularly share my musings on my blog The Science of Happy in which I find beauty in a seemingly frivolous world. Visit my blog at http://thescienceofhappy.blogspot.co.uk/

All posts by Natalie Tsoh

DIY: Carrie Diaries Paint Splatter Clutch

Ever since I saw young Carrie Bradshaw's personalised paint splatter bag, I knew I had to have it one way or another. I mapped out different ways of completing this DIY in my head, as...

DIY Mini Motif T-Shirt

If you're like me and dislike large motif tees, there is hope for you yet! Try mini-motif tees, a muted and affordable alternative. You can be as creative or subtle...

DIY Blazer Customisation

I have been looking for a blazer, much like the one frequently worn by Blake Lively, for the longest time possible and, when a pair of my gorgeous shoes broke at work, I immediately took...

DIY Watermelon Shorts

Just like the peek-a-boo shorts, these watermelon shorts have been created to avoid parting with large amounts of money if buying them new.  STEP...

Oxfam Fashion at Hay Festival 2013

I was lucky enough to be sent down to Hay Festival, a 10 day literature and arts festival in Hay-on-Wye, Wales, to act as the resident style reporter and to attend some...

DIY Heart Clips

Inspired by a pair of pumps I've been eyeing up for years, I made these heart clips which can then be used on shoes, clothing and/or hair. It only cost me £2.50 in total...

DIY PeekaBoo Shorts

When I saw these amazing Bad Habit cut-out shorts with skull studs, I fell in love. But I knew I wasn't going to pay for them when I could easily make them at home. Overall...