Seeing as I’m doing so well with my #secondhandfirst pledge (sourcing 95% of my wardrobe second-hand) I thought I might reward myself. I’d been meaning to place an order with Fix Up Look Sharp ever since its fantastic website launched a few weeks ago.
Fix Up Look Sharp is CLIC Sargent’s in-house up-cycled clothing range, which transforms charity shop donations into unique fashion pieces. CLIC Sargent is the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people, and their families.
The thing I love about this brand, apart from all the proceeds going to a great charity, is that each piece is truly unique. One its gone, its gone.
Straight away I was drawn to these navy blue dungarees with white polka dots, that had been modelled so well by Charlotte Eades (@charlotteeades_) on the FULS website. She is their amazing brand ambassador. So I snapped them up and here they are.
I’ve been bitten by the tartan bug this winter and found this cute skirt with button down front.
And this comfy over-sized denim shirt with patterned fabric collar detail.
The clothes are great quality, well-made and have a style that makes outfits truly individual. So glad I found out about them. By the way – they have a great range of men’s clothes too and if you are looking for a cool Christmas jumper, this is the place to go.
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