It was only a couple of nights ago that Emma Watson stepped out and blessed us all with her chic, sustainable frock at the Met Ball, so if you’re feeling inspired to make room in your wardrobe for some eco-friendly get-ups, your local Oxfam Shop has you covered.
In honour of Oxfam launching their own ethical clothing late last month, the Charles Street Oxfamily are celebrating in style, and you’re invited.
On Friday the 6th of May, the night is kicking off at 5pm, with the fashion parade showcasing the entire range starting at 7pm.
The new pieces will be exclusively sold online, so this is your chance to see them all in the flesh. With vibrant dresses, everyday basics, and pyjamas, there’s something for you and mum. Mother’s Day is literally right around the corner, remember? THIS SUNDAY.
By buying from Oxfam you’re helping to improve the lives of people living in poverty and help take a stand against unfair trade practices.
Aside from the stylish showcase that’ll be happening, Oxfam will be having some sweet deals and new products to test-taste.
Set aside your evening and know that the inevitable shopping spree is going to be changing the world. How often do you get to say that? You can invite mum or just pick up some last minute goodies for her. My recommendation: the Alter Eco truffles. Insanely delicious.
The range is online already on their website, and Friday night’s VIP night is being held at Shop 24, Charles Street Plaza, Adelaide CBD.
Images via Oxfam
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