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#4oclockfind: 19th September

19th Sep 2016

We've brought together our daily #4oclockfind  feature and our favourite London Fashion Week trends to bring you the SUPREME charity shopping guide for styling yourself in the latest looks. Our Oxfam Online Shop is a hub of over 120,000 items - there's no better, more cost-effective way to both look on trend and to also to benefit people living in poverty all around the world with your buys.


Jil Sander Mango Skirt - £45

Mango was one of the brightest catwalk trends, seen here featuring in Versus Versace's SS17 show. This skirt from the online shop is the perfect shade and shape to bring some mango wearbily into your wardrobe. Wear with a tucked baggy white shirt and flats for a relaxed professional look.


Paul Costelloe Trouser Suit - £60

The Roksanda Ilincic collection (above) showcased powerful trouser suits, as did Paul Smith. This attractive trouser suit is the perfect smart/casual outfit. It has the advantage that the pieces can also be worn as separates. The jacket would be great with jeans and the trousers could be dressed down for casual Autumn wear. 


Calvin Klein Zebra Shirt - £24.99

Topshop Unique featured zebra print amongst their collection - a fab print that can be worn with so much versatility. This shirt is long enough to be belted as a dress, or worn tucked into trousers - the loose shape gives it a casual feel.


LOV3E by TM Pink Tea Dress - £17.99

Preen SS17 was all about the tea dress and pink floaty dresses (featuring hardened makeup and hair to keep the Preen edge). Wear this silk version with dark makeup and trainers to pull off the Preen look.


Quiz Sleeveless Geometric dress - £9.99

Mary Katrantzou SS17 was a plethora of 3D geometric designs. This shift dress boasts similar geometric patterns at a fraction of the cost - we see this being paired down with some trainers or being dressed up with some heels a la Mary Katrantzou.


SHWOPPED Mille Mackintosh donated Maxi Dress - £19.99

This stunning full length dress has been Shwopped by Millie Mackintosh. The off the shoulder design is right on trend at the moment and the maxi style was showcased in Daks SS17 so it will take you all the way through to Summer next year!

Happy shopping - remember to tweet us using #FoundinOxfam.

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