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Oxfam's Top Fashion Picks for Isle of Wight Festival

Posted by Kelly OConnor Digital and Events Marketing Coordinator

28th May 2013

By Samantha-Kay Oliver

There isn't much of the Isle of Wight festival not to love. From June 13-16, come rain or shine some of the world's most influential bands of our time will be headlining such as The Killers, Bastille and Bon Jovi. Whether you're a hard-core rock fan or someone who loves nothing more than a girl & her guitar, there is an act, (and a look) for everyone at the Isle of Wight.

Having seen the sun-drenched starlets of Coachella already leading the way for festival fashion trends, we in the UK have to be prepared for all weathers. For your perfect capsule wardrobe this summer, why not take a look at the Oxfam Online Shop.

With hundreds of fantastic hidden jewels shortlisted from stores around the country, the Oxfam Online Shop allows you to combine your love of coveted vintage finds and designer label bargain's, no matter what style you're after... or what weather you face!


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The beauty of a British summer is it's unpredictability! If you're feeling brave and you want to show off your long slender pins, then mix and match your ever-classic polka-dot summer dress with a barbour jacket- perfect for protecting you against the mud, not to mention keeping you bang on-trend for this summer. Add a touch of colour by incorporating some bright colours- wear it as a scarf, tie it to your bag, or make into a bow in your hair!

Personally, it's all about keeping warm whilst dancing until the sun comes up. Combining two of my favourite summer trends, I'll be investing in some old school full-length denim dungaree's with a classic crop-tee. Partnering these with some rocking Gold-Digger boots, all from the Oxfam Online Shop, this is the perfect one-stop shop for what is undoubtedly going to be an epic summer of British festivals.

Blog post written by Kelly OConnor

Digital and Events Marketing Coordinator

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