Sunday, 17th March 2013 at Kingston Town Hall in Moorabbin.
I have always been a bit of a softie for Vintage Markets but this market was definitely one of the impressive one’s I have been to.
I parked across the Kingston Town Hall on Nepean Highway and could see flocks of women walking in and of course excitement starts to creep in seeing people walking out with 3 or 4 bags as like most women I love shopping.
To greet you at the door is the lovely Emma who is the organiser of the Round She Goes Markets and up the stairs you go to a huge hall full of stalls.
I was on the look out for a dress for a wedding and I have never worn a vintage formal dress before but there is always a first time for everything. I ended up finding a gorgeous silk designer dress with hand sewn beading across the whole dress from Dorothy’s Closet. There is actually history behind the dress, it was worn by Dorothy’s Closet’s mum who used to be a wedding singer. How ironic is that?
I have decided that I will get a special piece of jewellery made from Langi Designs who creates the most unique pieces of items to go with the dress.
Back to the market, I also met some of the other stalls with their funky, fashionable, vintage and stunning pieces of clothing, jewellery, shoes, coats, handbags & accessories. Some of these fantastic stalls are Limonia with some vintage handbags, Kaamer Boutique with their stylish fashion accessories, Aacute with their awesome vintage style clothing, Crimson Gardenia with their swing-era-styled clothing & accessories for that classic look.
But to finish off my day I bought a real vintage jacket from Lady Soul Vinyl DJ which obviously was meant for me as it fit perfectly, so I had to get it!!!!