Vintage At South Bank…

This weekend the South Bank in London was holding a vintage festival. It was glorious sunshine, almost a little to hot, the crowds were huge, the vintage fashion was a plenty, lots of fashionable people about! I wanted to get lots of street style photos but it was just to busy to get them, plus I was distracted by all the clothes! I got some good bits.

What I wore – Shirt – Vintage, Skirt – Primark, Shoes – Topshop, Sunglasses – H&M

We had Yo Suhi for lunch, it was the first time we had been and boy will we be going again. It was yummy.

It was so good to see my friend Claire, I miss hanging out with her. She had a stall at the fair, you should check out her Mad Elizabeth Asos shop and blog, it’s rammed full of vintage goodness!

My vintage goodies.

Couple of street style shots from my dear friend Kris above and Heather below. Heather is the other half of Mad Elizabeth.

Published by vintagereflection

Fashion & lifestyle blogger

3 thoughts on “Vintage At South Bank…

  1. Lovely photos, the pink skirt you’re wearing is so pretty! I popped down for an hour yesterday evening with my sister, wasn’t really sure what was going on there as you couldn’t get inside without a ticket and there weren’t any vintage sellers outside but I did get their later so maybe I missed them. Lots of wonderful outfits though plus South Bank is gorgeous and there is always a ton going on x


    1. It’s on again today, the vintage finished at 8pm. It’s free for the vintage village but for the music it’s like £60 a ticket. It was so hot any busy, was hard to find people I knew there. But I got some good buys. x


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