Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Street Style - Shoppers at The Bristol Vintage Fair

This weekend we were back on the road, and our first stop was The Bristol Vintage Fair. Held at The Passenger Shed, which is a mahoosive big room next to Temple Meads Station (and I mean BIG, the biggest vintage fair we've done, and we've done a whole lot of vintage fairs over the last few years!) If you are based in Bristol or the South West I would absolutely recommend checking it out when it's on next, as the sheer size of the room allows for a great selection of stalls. At this fair there was everything from original Art Deco lamps to on trend cropped tees via taxidermy animals in sunglasses!

Of course, the fair also attracted lots of stylish shoppers. I snapped a few who came to look at our stall. Check out all these lovely ladies!

These girls looked superb in their perfect, summery outfits. We love the cute sixties style dress on the left, and the AMAZING watermelon themed outfit on the right. I love when people aren't afraid to have fun with their fashion choices, and this pair certainly aren't shy of a bit of fun and colour.

We love this simple and chic monochrome look of a cute stripy dress and white pumps. Perfect for a day out shopping! This girl told us she had bought the adorable watering can handbag at the fair.

The weather was lovely on Saturday, and it was the perfect excuse for this shopper to bring out this beautiful floral sun dress. I just love the zingy yellow roses.


This mother and daughter pair are pretty much giving a masterclass in how to wear retro florals - go full on fifties with a full skirted dress and chic white court shoes, or bring it bang up to date with some statement sandals and a simple top. Well done ladies!

Of course, it's not all about the girly florals and ladylike dresses. This girl has perfected the nineties trend with her DMs, baggy shirt and backpack. We love the way she has mixed up a kitsch kitten t shirt with a bullet necklace.

Here are a few snaps of the fair. We had a really fun day in Bristol, and we're looking forward to visiting again soon!

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