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Oxfam Festival Shop; Pom Pom's, Knit and Nana Blanket's at WOMAD

Posted by Helen Archard Online Fashion Content Intern, Sam Oliver Fashion Events Marketing Intern

27th Jul 2013

With the weather turning wet and windy, festival-goers at WOMAD dashed to The Oxfam Festival Shop to get their hands on the great range of outdoor waterproofs, cosy cashmere jumpers and warm Nanna blankets.

Shop festival fashion

The Oxfam Festival Shop Team have hand-selected some of the best pieces from Oxfam Shops around the country and brought them to WOMAD, with huge success. The specially picked garments are high in demand from the moment the Shop opens until late into the night.

Having been a huge hit at Glastonbury, the Pom Pom Palace has set up shop at WOMAD, with an entire section dedicated to warm knit and woollen items including luxury cashmere jumpers, thick knit cardigans and our infamous Nanna blankets.


With each every blanket being individually hand-made by our Oxfam Volunteers, each one is unique and made with love, with the wool itself being donated. Perfect for putting over your knee's in the cold winter months or over your shoulders on a starry summer evening, the Nanna blankets are a firm favourite for each and every festival the Oxfam Festival Shop visits.


With it being our last day at WOMAD tomorrow, we have a fantastic range of chunky knit jumpers, cashmere cardigans and beautifully crafted Nanna blankets on offer. If you're not at WOMAD, don't despair! We will be visiting Leeds Festival and Bestival over the next couple of months.

Keep up-to-date with all our adventures on the UK Festival circuit on our Twitter and Instagram, or shop the look from home with our Oxfam Festival Shop Edit, here

Blog post written by Helen Archard

Online Fashion Content Intern

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Blog post written by Sam Oliver

Fashion Events Marketing Intern

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