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Sales & Socials

A couple of years ago, I used to run the Sale & Social with my Vintage Mafia gals, but alas, those are consigned to history. I did have a marvellous time selling at the East London Vintage Fair last month, though and it’s happening again tomorrow so I encourage all you vintage-loving Londoners to go along. It was really, really good. Both as a seller and a vintage lover – so many amazing stands selling top-quality things. I’d really recommend signing up as a seller if you have quality things to shift.

See the full list of sellers tomorrow on the ol’ FB event page.

Here’s Katie & I at the last one, what you can’t tell from this photo is the fact I was about to die of a hangover.

I’m not selling this time as I am helping Katie do her Clapton Jumble Trail stall, which is only a few minutes’ toddle up the road from the Round Chapel, so come see us too after you have hit the fair (and buy our vintage at low, low prices) – we’re on Hilsea Street!

In other news, it was my birthday the other day! Not a big celebration as who cares about 34? I went out for a quiet burger dinner with my other half.

Found this cute maxi dress on Etsy – not often things are long enough for lanky old me!
Always matching whenever possible! 

And the dress in full… though it was far too cold and windy to wear like this! Brrrrr.

Fleur xx
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The Professor

Happy Birthday! 🙂 And many more solar returns, you gorgeous gal!

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Laura R.

I'm 5'10 and have recently found several dresses that were literally TOO LONG. It's not something that's ever happened to me before 😉

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Jessica Cangiano

Happy birthday wishes!!! Each birthday is an important event unto itself in my books. We wouldn't be here without that day after all! 🙂 I hope that you have a stellar 34th year of life, dear Fleur. I'll be turning another year older (31) myself soon, too, and can hardly wait – birthdays are the best.

♥ Jessica

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SugarGlam Vintage

Happy Birthday! I haven't kept up with that many blogs lately, but I read yours all the time a few years ago. I love how you've added more metel/punk looks while also wearing vintage dresses, you always pull off the perfect looks

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