Vintage fair haul: Newcastle Vintage & Street Food Market

A good vintage fair day today!  I went to the Vintage & Street Food Market at the Boiler Shop in Newcastle, put on by Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fairs.  I didn’t even notice any street food vendors (probably because of the overriding allure of The Shiny), but I managed to get some of the essential purchases that were on my list for this year:

Vintage fair purchases
Today’s finds, in slightly more familiar-to-my-wardrobe colours and patterns than the last haul!

From left to right: the black velvet material is a knee-length pencil skirt, which I’ve been looking for since I realised I needed to replace my old black pencil skirt with the broken zip (I got that one from Matalan in 2001, so it’s ‘not due me anything’ as my mum always says).  The silver shiny material is a lightweight vintage ’80s miniskirt that will look awesome with going-out outfits this year, and the black and blue materials with the fabulously old-fashioned gilt buttons are blouses for the spring and summer.  I’m so excited for the weather to get warmer now.  Just have to be patient for a few more weeks.

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