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Georgia Bridgett

fashion blogger

I'm an English Literature student at the University of Liverpool and I run a blog that is focused on ethical and sustainable fashion as well as looking at gender equality and human rights. I also write for my university paper and from September 2017 I will be the PR officer for the Feminist Society at my university and will be running the blog for Just Love Liverpool; a non-profit organisation focused on social justice. I am passionate about understanding where our clothes are coming from and to know that they are being sourced in an ethical and sustainable way. I love vintage and charity shopping because re-using clothes is an amazing way of re-thinking how we view fast fashion.  I like to write about the incredible pieces I find and show how they can be styled. So please do pop by and you can also find me on Twitter and Instagram (@georgiabridgett).

All posts by Georgia Bridgett

A Pure Silk Blouse with a Loud Voice

Tweet Follow @OxfamFashion Recently I found a beautiful pure silk blouse in my local Oxfam store on Bold Street in Liverpool. I instantly knew how I would...

What fashion means to me: Georgia B's view

Tweet Follow @OxfamFashion For me, the way a piece of clothing is cut, the shape it provides for a particular person, the array of colours we have to choose...

Shirts and Books #foundinoxfam

The Classic Statement Shirt: The Charity Shop Find that Made Me Re-think My Bloggers Event Outfit!

Tweet Follow @OxfamFashion A few weeks ago I went to a Liverpool Bloggers event. In my head I was totally organised and had already decided my outfit, however,...