Coffee, traders badge, ready to roll!
My two helpers for the day, one does all the heavy lifting the other attracts all the girls!
What I Wore:
I decided to go fully vintage for the day wearing a blouse and skirt from my own vintage collection and my Vintage boots I bought in LA!
I’m wearing; vintage boots from wasteland in LA, and Lace blouse and Leather skirt from GIRL.STOLE.VINTAGE
I’m a bit behind on this blog post, but better late than never I suppose! Last week myself and my helpers (The swede and Batdog) took GIRL.STOLE.VINTAGE to the Lace and Tweed vintage fare in Guildford, Surrey.
There are over thirty five stalls of men’s and ladies vintage fashion, live music, a vintage tea room and a Pop-up beauty salon; it’s a really gorgeous fare, set in a stunning church right on the high-street. A lot of the stalls are quite boutiquey (I know that’s not a word but that’s the only way to describe them) we were pitched next to a gorgeous stall selling really beautiful 1920’a pieces, there was a stall only selling original 50’s and 60’s dresses, shipped from America and a ton of really pretty jewellery stalls, safe to say I could have spent a small fortune, but I wasn’t there to shop I was there to sell!
Set up was really quick and easy, apart from Batdog somehow escaping from his harness and making a run for it right out the church doors and down Guildford high street, the morning went with no other interruptions, the fare is really well organised. I took along my collection of vintage evening wear which isn’t online at the minute but will be soon, I had belts, bags and shoes and my trusty £5 bargain chest! Sales were a little slow at first but definitely picked up throughout the afternoon; we met some fellow vintage sellers and all in all had a really nice day. Ill definitely be going back.