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Super cute Brighton street art.

Super cute Brighton street art.

Hello again! Sorry it’s been so terribly long since my last post, I’ve been meaning to write about my visit to Brighton earlier in the summer but, well, you know how it goes… Anyway, back to the wonderful treasure trove that is Brighton.

Home to Snooper’s Paradise and many exciting shops, Brighton is one of my favourite places. The North Laine area is always bustling, full of lovely cafés and a diverse range of shops where you can find anything from fudge to Moomin paraphernalia (there’s a huge Moominpappa cut out on Kensington Gardens which is hard to miss!). In amongst all this is Snooper’s Paradise, a chaotic antique store full of second hand bric-a-brac, furniture, clothes and more (there’s even a photo booth). I collect old photos and so can very easily spend ages rummaging through boxes deciding which ones to buy! Upstairs is Snooper’s Attic, a vintage and independent artists’ boutique. The Attic is more orderly than its downstairs counterpart, offering a range of higher-end vintage clothing and delightful, quirky accessories.

On this particular trip I got a super 60s shift dress from To Be Worn Again on Sydney Street. With another store on Kensington Gardens, To Be Worn Again offers a great selection of affordably priced vintage clothing and their Kensington Gardens shop is a must if you’re looking for shoes.

To Be Worn Again To Be Worn Again

Also on Sydney Street is Wolf & Gypsy Vintage. The carefully handpicked clothing and effectively minimal presentation make this a beautiful shop to visit, especially great for chic vintage items.

Brighton’s Beyond Retro is slightly hidden away on Vine Street so make sure not to miss it. I have many a great Beyond Retro purchase from their various stores, so definitely worth a browse as these guys know their stuff when it comes to on trend, affordable vintage and retro.

Undoubtedly this is only the first of many posts on Brighton, but for now I’ll leave you with some photos of my snazzy 60s dress!

(P.S. Thanks to my lovely friend El for the great pictures below. She has a delightful blog which you should check out here: http://eleanorloftie.blogspot.com.es/).


Outfit: Dress - To Be Worn Again; Coat - charity shop (1 euro bargain!); Shoes - JuJu Jellies.

Outfit:
Dress – To Be Worn Again; Coat – charity shop (only 50 cents!); shoes – Juju jellies.

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