Festival season is here and we’ve got you covered!
We are super excited to have teamed up with ASOS Marketplace to launch an exclusive festival themed boutique. The collection features a range of vintage clothes and accessories which were hand-picked from our stores just for you.
You can shop the range over on ASOS Marketplace now. So what are you waiting for? Go and treat yourself and be sure to tag us in your best festival looks using #MyBarnardosFind.
When you think of festival fashion, you don’t immediately think recycled, reworked or reused. Well fasionistas, I’m here to show you that for this year’s festival season you can stand out from the crowd, look great and be super sustainable by shopping for festival clothes in Barnardo’s. Not only are you re-using and recycling, but you are also donating money to charity – win, win, win, win, win situation!
Okuurrrrr. I wanted to bring you some of my own sustainable festi fashion. I stopped by my local Barnardo’s and found some A M A Z I N G pieces. Enjoy!
Festival season is in full swing and the perfect excuse to head straight to your local charity shop. I bought my first pre-loved piece in Barnardo’s when I was just 16. However, my real charity shop obsession started right after I graduated theatre school. There was a girl on my course who had the most amazing alternative style. She inspired me to switch up my wardrobe using vintage and pre-loved pieces and the obsession has continued ever since.Read More »
So, I’ll start off by saying a huge hello and thank you to everyone that’s taking the time to read this blog post I’ve put together for Barnardo’s. I’ve created a look book featuring some of my favourite Barnardo’s finds and how I style them to create some of my favourite looks.
I started charity shopping when I was just 13. I picked up a black pinstripe blazer for just £1.99 and it quickly because a wardrobe staple of mine. Since October 2017 I started to re-embrace the slow fashion movement. I have been browsing weekly to collect some fabulous finds, initially wearing a mix of high street and vintage, but now wearing full-on charity shop looks. Lucky for me, we have not one, but two Barnardo’s stores in Worksop. The 99p store is always my first point of call!
St. Patricks Day is here and we love nothing more than a bout of good luck! What better way to celebrate than injecting a splash of colour into today’s outfit. Green not your colour? Keep scrolling to see why we love it! Stay chic and stylish in these festive finds and you will be sure to keep everyone green with envy!
In true Irish style it’s always best to be prepared to brave the elements. Why not do this in style with a fun raincoat? It’s effortlessly cool, easy to carry and we like to think of it as an investment for festival season!