I went back AGAIN on Friday with my friend Tess who wanted me to show her where I scored some of the jewelry I found. I wore a DIY hacked mens tshirt with old shorts. The necklace pile up was from my fave stall that sells KILLER Afghan trinkets.
Tess was in heaven. We both now have these necklaces. You can see my feature on Tess’s style here.
Vendors told us that they see brand buyers like Free People there every year.
Fifties dresses. I loved the yellow one. I’d wear it during the day with hacked cowboy boots.
Loads of stunning military style clothes. This one was $89. I wanted to wear this as a long coat but the cut was way off *cries*.
Vintage jackets and waistcoats. Prices were usually under $100 give or take. Some under $50.
I have a problem with fringed jackets. This one came home with me.
Angel wings for some badass home decor. If I lived in a huge home I’d have these flank an entrance way.
The long dress that you saw worn on the first day with the Free People mirrored bag (similar from Topshop). I’m wearing a necklace picked up from my fave seller mentioned above and a fringe jacket find close by also shown above. The little wishbone necklace is from here.
More studded clothes.
Tess walking through a giant wrought iron salvage section. Did you see my Instagram of a girl’s killer backpack??
Check out the price on this alligator bag.
Custom cow hide covered chairs
A vendors jewellery
I walked about 5 miles on each day (plus the 3 hour drive there and back!). These sandals were a God send. You can get them here.
Tess trying on a neck piece.
While Karen goes Mr T.
We both bought these belts. They came in different colors. Killer low slung over denim or dresses and later over black leather skinnies.
Vintage cotton camisole.
Dozens of cow hide rugs for around $220 to $300. These retail in shops for up to $1000 easy. I bought two for our home (yes I haggled). I need to show you on a decor updated post one day.