As the post title says, this weekend I headed off to Cambridge with some friends to check out Judy's Affordable Vintage Fair. There was more than a little excitement involved, as I'd been to the last couple and had always come away with some fab dresses and skirts. This time around, I sadly didn't find much at all. There wasn't a lot of 30s/40s stuff (the things that were there were beautiful! but also way more than I could afford this month, sadface), but I picked up some supercute commemorative coronation hairpins from 1953. I'll put photos of those up soon, but I bought some for my sister too and don't want to completely ruin the surprise :)
The fair always has a lovely tea and cupcake shop, but we've never actually sat down and sampled the goods before so we made damn sure it happened this time. It was so yummy, the carrot cupcakes were to die for!
I think the best part was that you got to choose your own china! I'm a sucker for old mismatched china, and there was so much of it!
This is us enjoying our mid-shopping sit down :) At the beautiful-but-expensive stall, a lady came up to tell me how nice it was to see someone actually dressed vintage at the fair, which was lovely and made me beam. The fact that my blouse is from Topshop and the skirt's homemade will be overlooked right now... And check out Amy's polka-dot dress, I squealed when I saw it, it's absolutely darling and I'm so envious of it!
As I spent very little at the fair, I treated myself in wider Cambridge to some yummy biscuits from Crabtree and Evelyn, rose perfume from Cath Kidston and of course the obligatory girly shopping cocktail. A lovely way to cheer up what had been a most dreadful week. Can't wait til Judy comes back into town again!
And as for today? I've been super relaxed... homemade soup, Casablanca and The Thin Man were all that concerned me. Heaven!