On the 5th May, I popped along to the Norwich Vintage Fair. I was so happy to be finally going as in previous years I had always been at work. The Vintage Fair in Norwich is pretty renowned and it attracts tons of shoppers and vintage lovers. I must admit had I had a really good day and will definitely be returning next time! So I thought I’d share a bit about the event and show you my Norwich Vintage Fair haul.
Set in St Andrews Hall, situated just off of the lanes, it was in the best place in the city. By the time the doors opened the queue was huge, but nobody was complaining as the sun was shining! It was £2 entry, they had a live band an the hall was packed full of the UK’s best vintage traders. Not only that but Biddy’s Tea Room were there selling lunch, afternoon tea and other refreshments. As was Flamingo Amy, a vintage hairdresser and make up artist, the looks and styles she created were fabulous!
They have these wonderful vintage fairs all over the country, I would definitely recommend going! Check out their website here
Anyhow this is what I purchased:
Goldrush – Levi’s shorts (2 for £24)
Goldrush – Hilfiger shorts (2 for £24)
I am addicted to shorts and I have been wanting Levi’s style ones for an age, so I am rather happy…what a bargain too!
Cute Red Bag- £5
Lace Button Back Crop Top – £12
The lovely lady had loads of gems on her stall so go check her out on ASOS Marketplace!
I also cut the tag off of this one and it can be worn as a waistcoat too
Black and Gold Coffee Set – £10
I bought this for no other reason than it looked amazing and I could not leave the hall without it!
It is stunning and right up my street 🙂
So there we go, a successful day of Vintage finds. There was a tiny Chanel bag there too but it was in really bad condition so I ended up leaving it. I will find a good condition one too.
All in all I had an awesome day and the vintage fair is definitely something you should all go too. You cannot beat a vintage bargain!
Have you been to the vintage fair before?
Song of the Day – Paramore – Franklin
For the pure fact I cannot get it out of my head – such a beautiful song!