The pop-up charity shop will be selling donated clothing and accessories in the run up to Halloween to raise money for the global charity’s purpose to create lasting solutions to the injustice of poverty.
Oxfam will be offering a range of items inspired by Victoriana and Gothic fashion, ready for Halloween and the festive party season. Vintage wedding gowns, lace-trimmed blouses and wool suit blazers are among the items that will be on offer during the week-long pop-up shop.
Items on sale have been handpicked by garment sorters at Wastesaver, Oxfam’s Northern textile recycling hub. The pop-up is taking place from 24-30 October.
Homeless charity Shelter opened a pop-up boutique in July to mark its 50th anniversary and to raise money for its cause. Last month, Procter & Gamble and Superdrug joined forces to launch beauty treatment pop-up #FeelSuperSalon, raising money for Marie Curie, the cancer charity.
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