The best charity shop in the world… has gone online!


If you’ve been reading my blog for a while you’ll know I LOVE the charity shop Fertha. It’s an independent boutique run by the fabulous Jade. She hand picks clothes from a range of different charity donation warehouses, sells them on their behalf, and donates back the money. It’s awesome because from just one place you can be donating to several different charities, and everything is filtered by Jade’s discerning eye so you only get the best. I loved her popup shop in Notting Hill, but am thrilled to hear that’s she’s opened online now instead – much better for those of us who live outside London! I normally worry about buying clothes online as you can’t feel the fabric or see the quality (hello many eBay fails!), but with Fertha you know Jade has chosen everything so it’ll always be perfection. Here’s the first of many pieces I’ll be ordering from them…



This baby blue silk dress is from M&S originally and feels beautiful to wear. I wanted something that’d fit with my life in Thailand as well as England, and this is ideal! It’s gorgeous quality, and I love pale blue with blonde hair.


I paired it with my all time favourite gold drama bag from Thailand, and some casual summer heels that I thrifted in Canada on my recent trip. My necklace was a kind gift from Tatty Devine when I attended their blogger workshop a few weeks ago – love it!



Here’s a sneak peek of a few of the other pieces I’ll be featuring on the blog soon…. now it’s your turn! Go check out and grab yourself some charitable goodies.



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  1. Hannah September 6, 2016 / 10:08 PM

    Ahh I love this dress and whole outfit! Super excited to hear she’s got an online store! On my way to visit now 🙂
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    • paupertoprincess September 7, 2016 / 2:34 PM

      Yes definitely check it out! Everything I got was even better than I expected 😀 Thanks for stopping by <3

  2. Lottie September 28, 2016 / 12:31 PM

    This sounds amazing! Will be giving a try for sure. I can definitely relate to the eBay fails too!

    • paupertoprincess October 4, 2016 / 3:38 PM

      Haha! I kind of factor it into the cost of the successes – 1/3 items will be a fail (or hopefully less!). Thanks so much for stopping by <3

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