The wearther is something in the UK that is always spoken about by its indigenous
people, that and the mix of rare fine weather and the lure of a horde of new finery
from one of the vintage fashion fair's on that weekend, one had to venture out,
to take ones chances out west to see what would present itself. Luckilly a fine horde
was indeed captured, featuring more original dressses from the 1920s, a Liberty Print
corset from their very first collection from the mid 1870s, several bags again from
the 1920s, a parasol and a beautifully embroidered 1940s Chinese jacket, all to be
added to the already overflowing vintage fashion collection.
Horde in hand and shame faced withthe expendeture of my plunder, we ventured
away from all the exciting aluring temtation within, steping out onto the streets where
there was a chace to do some people spotting. Here are some of the images we
managed to capture and share with you. There will be more to come for the next post.
This is Chanelle from Paris, and like all the people featured in this particular blog entry,
she loves vintage fashion. We bumped into this lovely French woman of style at a
vintage fashion fair in London. Chanelle wears a 1950s inspired skirt she made herself,
with an original 50s jacket, scarf and shoes.
This is Li from China. She wears avintage blouse and dress with a jacket from
This is Chablis from Chna. She wears hat, top and skirt all from Appletree Boutique
with a jacket from Zara.
Bag by Appletree Boutique
Sandals from Topshop
This is Shimo from China. She wears a trench coat by Burberry.
Pretty lady like monochrome heels by What For.
This is Hadley from London. She wears a vintage 1950s ensemble. It consists of
a tweed coat with fox fur collar, tweed tartan print pencil trousers, ballet pumps
and a bag by Lulu Guinness.
This is Wen from China. She wears a jacket by Comme des Garcons with a
with a hat by J Crew
and the most amazing shoes
Japanese Street Style published by A&C Black