Cookies on oxfam

We use cookies to ensure that you have the best experience on our website. If you continue browsing, we’ll assume that you are happy to receive all our cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Find out more Accept

Oxfam Festival Fashion Photoshoot

Posted by Helen Archard Online Fashion Content Intern

5th Jul 2013

The glorious Glastonbury sun was shining upon The Park area of the festival where one of the three Oxfam Festival Shops was based, bursting with high quality vintage delights. With a shop full of festival fabulous clothes and a sun soaked backdrop tinged with the quirks of Glastonbury, there could be no better backdrop to showcase festival style from Oxfam. Modelling Oxfam's marvels is stunning volunteer Molli Edwards.

This first look was inspired by the grunge trend which is dominant for all Summer styles. This crochet dress, accessorised with a gorgeous coin embellished scarf, draws upon femininity whilst retaining a strong, dark presence.

This second look is channelling the core 'hippy' vibe of Glastonbury. The bright, bold print of this pleated skirt screams sixties flower power and, teamed with a simple crop top, it makes a total statement.

Although the sunshine called for short shorts and crop tops, the festival evenings still brought with them a bitter chill. The trusty woolly jumper is a stylish way to layer up over your daywear to keep snug for evening festivities.

To shop our top festival trends and more visit the Oxfam Online Shop. If you're off to Latitude, WOMAD, Kendal Calling, Leeds or Bestival, keep your eyes peeled for the Oxfam Festival Shop which is full of goodies just like these.

Blog post written by Helen Archard

Online Fashion Content Intern

More by Helen Archard