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Before I started my own charity shop treasure hunt today, I spotted the lovely Dulcie who was on her way to volunteer in one. Her coat, backpack and headscarf were all charity shop gems, which she paired with a New Look lace blouse, Primark skirt and Clarks shoes.
Spotted shopping in the Bullring, these two both had lovely outfits finished with a check scarf. On the left, Poppy wore her cosy vintage coat and scarf with a top from TK Maxx, Topshop dungarees, a Boohoo bag, Primark socks and Dr. Martens shoes. Then on the right, Sophie wore an Urban Outfitters coat and Dorothy Perkins scarf with a Gap jumper, Zara jeans and Urban Outfitters boots.
Hunting for treasure at Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair, I spotted Polly’s lovely outfit featuring an adorable little cat face bag from Primark. She wore it with a Missguided coat and Topshop boots, then her amazing trousers were a charity shop find and her houndstooth scarf was bought on an adventure to Brooklyn, NY.
I spotted this pair making the most of the shopping in store at Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair. Individually their outfits both have their own charm, but I really love how well they go together! On the left, Theresa wore a vintage jacket with Freddies of Pinewood jeans and a beautiful Collectif bag. Then on the right, Sophie wore a vintage Eastex jacket with Freddies of Pinewood jeans, a Collectif jumper, Converse sneakers and a cute handmade cherry print bag she bought at a fair.
Estelle’s vibrant Zara coat stood out amongst the queue gathering for Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair in Birmingham on Saturday. Its gorgeous colour went so well with her jewel green tights, plaid skirt, charity shop find boots, a scarf from the German Markets and a tapestry bag from Debenhams, styled with a vintage scarf.
On Saturday I spent the afternoon taking photos for Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair in Birmingham. Whilst I’ve got more street style looks from the event to show you, I thought I’d also share a few of my other snaps to give a flavour of the event. The venue, Birmingham Town Hall, was beautiful- just look at that organ! This is the second time I’ve attended the fair and it’s got a really lovely atmosphere- from Lil’s Parlour’s scumptious cake confections to the amazing selection of dresses. Whilst the other decades do have their charms, you just can’t beat an exquisite 1950s frock in my book, and there were plenty of those to be found.