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Sadie P

Oxfam Fashion blogger

Sadie P

I'm a 20 year old university student, and for the past 2 years I have been writing a vintage fashion blog in my spare time. I love the excitement of a Saturday afternoon spent browsing my local charity shops, especially when I return home with lots of amazing vintage pieces! I hope to contribute plenty of DIY tutorials and ideas on ethical fashion to the blog. Working with Oxfam Fashion is a dream job for me, and I can't wait to get started!

All posts by Sadie P

Source Awards 2012

I recently found out that ethical fashion has its own awards ceremony: The Source Awards. Once a year, hopeful ethical fashion brands and individuals have the chance to win in one of 12 categories,...

Updating An Old Blouse Using Buttons

I recently purchased this silky 80s blouse at a thrift shop for €5. I love the stripes and the colour (very chic, don't you think?), but the gold buttons left it looking rather dated. A simple...

The Fru-Gal Challenge on Eco Age

Livia Firth is a key player in the ethical fashion movement, working hard to promote ethical fashion worldwide whilst still keeping it glamorous. She has worked with Oxfam in the past as a member...

lampshade

Upcycled lampshade tutorial

I first saw this tutorial over on the blog 'One Sheepish Girl' and thought it was so great that I just had to share it here! It fits in really well with the current craze of 'yarn bombing'...

shirts

Inject colour into your wardrobe with a retro blouse

Colourful patterns always attract my attention first when I'm out charity shopping, and over time I've developed a particular affection for retro blouses, which seem to come in every pattern...

vintage sourcebook

Book recommendation: Vintage Fashion Sourcebook

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