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Posted on April 3, 2018 by ClaireL
Ditch the single-use plastic cup habit!  Here’s some sustainable alternatives from our exclusive selection of on-the-go cups and bottles:
L-R:  Fruit Infusing Water Bottle  | St Anne’s KeepCup  |  Navy Water Bottle  |  White Metal Water bottle | Keepcup
Posted on December 11, 2017 by ClaireL

Mader to order:










College Embroidered Hoodie                          












Men's College Print Hoodies                Men's College Print  Baseball T-shirts              Men's College Print T-shirts  












Women's College Print Hoodies           Women's College Print Baseball  T-shirts    Women's College Print T-shirts

Posted on December 1, 2017 by ClaireL


Now in store for Christmas, look out for the William Morris gift range featuring the popular Strawberry Thief design.

Morris (1834-1896) was an English textile designer, artist, writer, and socialist associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and the English Arts and Crafts Movement. He studied at Exeter College, Oxford in the early 1850s where he developed a love of medieval art and architecture.

Strawberry Thief is one of Morris’ best-known designs. He based the pattern and name on the thrushes which frequently stole the strawberries in the kitchen garden of his countryside home, Kelmscott Manor, in Oxfordshire.

The Strawberry Thief range includes gifts items from the V&A as well as Morris & Co. Available in store at 106 High Street and OUshop.com Price range: £2.70-£22

Posted on July 20, 2017 by ClaireL

Exclusive to the University Of Oxford Shop - our college print clothing has become a stash essential. 









Men's College Print Hoodies               Men's College Print T-shirts            Women's College Print Hoodies             Women's College Print T-shirts

Posted on April 13, 2017 by ClaireL

As seen in Oxford Today

Posted on January 23, 2017 by ClaireL

To complement the striped designs of the college scarves, we’ve worked with luxury leather company Seejays to produce out first set of college belts

Based on scarf sales, the five most popular colleges feature in the
initial line-up:

·         Balliol
·         Christ Church
·         Magdalen
·         St Edmund Hall
·         University

The main section of the belts is canvas backed with cotton ribbon on the front which has been woven with the college stripe design.  The belts are finished with leather straps embossed with the University’s heritage crest, and a brass buckle.

Available in 6 sizes – XS to XXL – the belts are 3.5cm wide and priced at £30 each.

Posted on January 12, 2017 by ClaireL

A new clothing range arrives into oushop.com and the High Street shop this week.

The Oxford Collection is a curated selection of clothing featuring Oxford collar shirts, rugby and long/short-sleeve T shirts. Designed in Italy for the University’s licensing brand programme, the styling, fabric, colour and embellishment have been influenced not only by the University’s sporting heritage and iconic blue palette, but also preppy and sports clothing produced over the last 60 years.

Four colleges have been selected to feature in the initial collection – Magdalen, Oriel, Queen’s and Trinity. Their coats of arms adorn some of the styles, while a contemporary take on the college crest appears on the Trinity and Oriel raglan long-sleeve tees.

Prices start from £32.

More new products will be launched in the coming weeks, under the New Season banner. Check out instore displays in the High Street shop as well as home page banners and e-newsletter.

Posted on June 8, 2015 by ClaireL


2015 was another historic year for Oxford rowing with women competing on the same course as the men’s team for the first time. We were there and celebrated with the team as they secured their first London win.

We have stocked OUBC products for years now with profits helping to support the men’s team so we were delighted to do the same for the women. Everything we stock was chosen by the team, the pashmina being a favourite amongst the team and their supporters.

We will be adding new items to the rage over the coming months so if you are a fan don’t forget to keep checking back to see our latest additions. View OUWBC collection.


Posted on February 4, 2015 by ClaireL

We often get asked by Oxford students where our products come from and if they are fairtrade and ethical. Both of these qualities are important to us as we strive to be a responsible trader. Over the past year we have been quietly working away in the background checking our products, where they come from and who makes them. A sign of our progress in this area is that you may have noticed more and more of our clothing is being made from fairtrade cotton.

Further to that we have also been supporting companies closer to home, Chapman who make our luxury handmade canvas bags are in Cumbria while some of our jumpers are made in Scotland. For us it is easy to visit the factories and it is always exciting to see our products being made.

So, next time you buy something from us you can be safe in the knowledge that we are checking so you don’t have to.


Posted on January 16, 2015 by ClaireL

Christmas was only a couple of weeks ago and yet it feels like a distant memory as we realise we are half way through January already. I am pleased to say we had an incredibly busy time in December, this is great as it means we’re able to give more support to the university as that’s where all our profits go. So, on that note we would like to say a big thank you for your support and your orders.

Looking forward to 2015

Working in retail, January is the perfect time to reflect and plan the year ahead. What begins as random ideas that were talked about the year before are soon captured and sorted ready for creating our new products and ranges in 2015.

If there is anything you would like to see then please don’t hesitate to contact us, and we will have a look at what we can do. Your ideas are always welcome.

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