Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Vintage Goodness!


One of my favourite little market towns is Brigg.
Full of quirky independents, charity shops, tea rooms and the fabulous Steel Rooms Gallery.
And to top it all I spied a new vintage shop!
Relix is funky, friendly and full of vintage goodness.
There was even a juke box for customers to play, including hits by 'Marry Banilow'!
I so nearly bought this cape...
I also just have to show off my bargainous and beautiful Welsh tapestry coat that I purchased from my fashionista Bloggy friend Curtise from The Second Hand Years.
'Tis the coat of my dreams and fits like a glove!
(Well, more like a well fitting coat really!)
Thanks Curtise!

10 comments:

  1. liking coat and cape - but then I would, wouldn't I?! x

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    1. Ha! Ha! Just think if you find one in a charity shop this week! X

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  2. Your welsh tapestry coat looks so warm and lovely colours. Wow! Now this is what I call a buy. X

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    1. I'm absolutely in love with it Sujata x

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  3. Brigg - and Relix - look right up my street! I have my eye on that 1960s carpet bag, and the red floral maxi looks rather delicious too...
    But you saved your pennies for the Welsh tapestry coat, and I am so happy it fits and you are pleased with it. All proceeds taken to St Luke's charity shop today, and the manager says thank you! xxx

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    1. You'd love Brigg chuck!
      Please pass on my regards to your manager x

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  4. Welsh tapestry you lucky thing! bit of a shame you didn't get that cape....xxxxxxxx

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    1. I've had to be strict with myself because I have this thing for coats...x

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  5. I agree with Daisy, you should've bought the cape! Marry? Would that be Barry's cousin?

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    1. No, Ive got to be a good girl Patty! I buy too, too many coats!
      It still tickles me when I see Marry Banilow! X

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