Checking Out The Fashion Pages In Oxfam's New Newspaper
Claire Whittaker fashion blogger
11th Jul 2017
Oxfam is launching its own newspaper this summer with copies available for free from every Oxfam high street shop it is the perfect feel-good paper to bring a wave of positivity to your day! There are stories from volunteers, Oxfam project updates, book reviews, games, a summer recipe and more it's definitely worth a read. Today I'm going to give you a tiny sneak peek into the fashion content which focuses on Bridal and Festival fashion.
"Together, we save and rebuild lives in disasters. We help people build better lives for themselves. We speak out on the big issues that keep people poor, like inequality, discrimination against women and climate change. Together we can end poverty for everyone."
"From stunning designer bridal wear - more than 95% of our dresses are brand new - to world-changing wedding lists, you'll find everything you need for your big day at Oxfam. Here four brides-to-be give our dresses a try. Keep an eye out for our Chippenham bridal department on Say Yes To The Dress UK too, TLC, 8 Septemeber, 9pm."
I love the wedding dresses featured, especially Tobi's on the far right, so elegant and floaty! I recently got to have a nose around the online bridal collection to choose my seven favourites for my recent blog and had a great time drooling over the beautiful dresses!
"I knew Oxfam did wedding dresses but was surprised by the range. This one's really fun - the Vegas dress! I love the huge skirt." - Caely Beecham, Bride-to-be
Shop Bridal from Oxfam, from 11 high-street shops and Online.
"Vintage Street #foundinoxfam: Pair branded streetwear - new or vintage - with a hit of bling for a look guaranteed to make you stand out." Look inspired by Rita Ora.
As I'm headed off to help the festival shop team at Latitude this week the festival fashion was great inspiration for my packing. I like the Classic Festival, Laura Whitmore inspired look best with its floaty, hippy, floral top and modern cut off shorts. With these complete outfits starting from £41 you know you can be decked out in style whatever festival you're headed to this summer.
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