Saturday, 15 March 2014

Classic cars & Vintage finds...

Back in London and the sun was beaming bright so I couldn't waste a day like this sleeping in. 

Growing up in a small town in Cheshire, there used to be a car boot sale being held every Sunday on a land owned by the local farmer. Even though it was literally down the road, for some bizarre reason, we never went…but in today's case, Classic cars were involved and with the revival of vintage fashion and my fascination of victory curls and big midi dresses, I had to go and check it out for myself.

I grabbed my camera and headed over to London's artsy and creative Southbank to get lost in the classic era of 20, 30s, 40s, and 50s…at an event hosted by Vintage - The Classic Car Boot Sale

If you're into nick knacks you'll love this post.


Oh hi there Big Ben!

View from Embankment bridge.


Southbank is full of events all year round, a new goal is to visit many more events/shows here. Supporting British talent.

Sin is shining and it's super packed out.

London Eye as a wonderful backdrop.

Everyone had dolls like these, I remember selling mine in the jumble sales my cousin and I would often have...

Pretty cake stands

So many people had fully dressed up for the event

I used have one of these Russian dolls that my dad would bring back from his trips.

I was on my own, so had to take a selfie. This tapestry coat got me photog'd for a fashion blog (my family hates it!) haha.

milk bottles! 




After my bite to eat, I called it a day and ventured off ...


Kensington looks so beautiful in the sun.


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