As I mentioned in a couple of other recent post Fay and I popped to Brighton on Saturday for a little shopping. Brighton is absolutely fantastic for vintage shopping as there are so many fantastic vintage boutiques and little one-off shops selling vintage style clothing. Sadly I couldn’t buy everything I loved as I saw so many amazing 1950s dresses, but I was really on the look out for a little bargain.
I prefer vintage shopping in Brighton to London, although London does have a lot’s of amazing vintage shops with beautiful older pieces they tend to be more scattered around, and areas like Brick Lane which are a hive of vintage shops seem to have fewer and fewer older pieces and these are all very expensive. Whereas in Brighton the shops are all in a relatively small area and there are loads of mid-century offerings.
Lots of gorgeous vintage in Starfish Vintage Clothing on Bond Street
Kensington Gardens is one of my favourite shopping streets in Brighton, with lots of vintage and second-hand books.
Snooper’s Paradise features two floors of vintage clothing, housewares and collectibles from a huge array of sellers all under one roof. I spotted some amazing things at fantastic prices.
To Be Worn Again is also on Kensington Gardens. They had a sale rail with lots of newer dresses for only £8 each.
My new dress, a bargain at £8
In the end I found this gorgeous cotton dress on the sale rail at To Be Worn Again, it’s made of a lovely thick cotton and is in perfect condition. I’m going to style it in a 1950s way and I can’t wait to wear it.
What are your favourite shops in Brighton?
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