Style Muse: Sandie Shaw


Sandie Shaw was one of the most successful British singers during the 1960s, often described as the barefoot pop princess due to her penchant for not wearing shoes, in 1967 she was the first British act to win the Eurovision Song Contest.

More from Oxfam

I was recently sent this fab little video from the Oxfam shoot which shows us all getting ready so I thought I would do a quick post and share it with you today. Sadly you don't get to hear my lovely estuary accent ;) maybe one day I'll do a vlog or something..... (I think I would probably die of embarrassment so don't hold your breath).

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The video is a great reminder of what a fantastic day and experience it was - I'm so excited to be the face of the 60s for Oxfam!

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The Face of the 60s


You guys, I only went and won the Oxfam competition! You are now looking at the face of the 1960s. Thank you so much for all of your kind comments on my post, I had a few people asking if they could vote for me but it was all down to the judge, Victoria Moss, to decide and luckily for me she thought I deserved to win.

Orange Stripes


Roll necks layered under shift dresses have been my uniform this past winter. I got this gorgeous orange, blue and white crimplene off of a friend and I couldn't wait to make something with it. I made this dress in the middle of winter and rather than waiting for the warmer months I decided to wear it straight away. I wear bright colours all year round, someone's got to brighten up the office haven't they?