About a month ago Judy’s Vintage Fair came to Edinburgh and Will and I went to check it out. I’ll be the first to admit that these things tend to overwhelm me instead of inspire me but I really enjoyed this one. I have always struggled with Goodwill and The Salvation Army-type places back home because they were warehouse of stuff and I just couldn’t focus on anything. It was too much stuff. Maybe that’s why I love the charity shops here so much because they’re small and I don’t feel overwhelmed. Anyway, Judy’s Vintage Fair was great and had a ton of really cool stuff.
That morning we went to the Clock Cafe for some breakfast (I love this place! If I had weekdays off I would go there and write my post cards and read and work on the blog) and then made our way on over to the HMV Picture House where the fair was taking place.
There was also a band in the lobby for our listening pleasure.
And that was the fair. I found this really neat polka-dot pencil skirt that I love and of course haven’t taken any pictures of it. But when I do I’ll let you know (wink).
In March there’s a Yarn Festival going on and I can’t wait to check it out! I’m mentally preparing myself for it now.