Hand-made and Vintage at present or so it seems. Suddenly the whole of England has turned into Shoreditch wannabes and everyone can’t wait to get a piece of this half indie, half 1950s but totally reworked (?!) style. Anyway, enough of that…
I wanted to share my two favourite places to buy clothes, they are by no means big and by no means high fashion but I find them unique and highly wearable. I’ve never had a single complaint…
Firstly, comes Vintage Magpie, I met the owner at a Vintage Market in Liverpool – one of the best I have been to except in London at Bloomsbury Lanes, Russell Square. She reworks old classics, old pieces of clothing and just finds random vintage and alters it. What’s more, it is ridiculously cheap for what it is and unique because there is only one of each piece available.
Have a looksie and you may find something you like: https://marketplace.asos.com/seller/vintage-magpie/collection#pgno=1&pmin=6&pmax=25
Secondly, I don’t know how I came across this lovely lady on eBay but she owns a vintage little store in Tulsa, America and since I found it I have been purchasing her stuff ever since – she’s super sweet and great on posting as cheap as she can. The items have bought are always unique and look as random as anything but I adore them because they are just that. Who wants to look the same as anyone else?
See if you wanna bag a beauty: http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Kingston-Avenue-Vintage?_rdc=1
Just don’t buy anything I already have my eye on… 😛