Posted in: Student BlogJuly 1, 2016 3:13 pm
If you’re a fan of the finer things, from artistic prints and pastel coloured clothing to delicate tea dresses, and fancy introducing some of your favourite vintage styles into your spring wardrobe, then head to Leeds’ Corn Exchange this coming Saturday 22nd March and take in a healthy dose of nostalgia at Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair. With over 40 participating traders, there’s definitely something to suit every taste. From clothing, accessories, homeware, crafts and even live music, the fair is a great way to stock up fashionably, whilst sticking to a student budget.
Get a unique style piece
If you’ve ever felt amazing in your brand new jumper and then walked into the lecture hall on Monday morning to find someone else in the same high street apparel, Judy’s Vintage Fair may be the perfect answer to your problem. The magic of shopping at the fair means you get to hop on board the vintage trend while maintaining your own unique style. Avoid awkward clothes-clash situations, which result in you leaving your jacket on throughout the day, and flaunt your one-of-a-kind piece with pride.
It might seem like the perfect event for a girls weekend, but take note, Men, it’s not just for the ladies, as there are plenty of vintage pieces for the male audience as well.
Judy’s always promises a wide variety of vintage items at a good price. Expect your cash to go a long way with 75% off, 2-for-1 offers and bargain buckets. Judy’s has been committed to providing shoppers with genuine vintage items that are easy on the wallet, and has been doing it successfully since 2005. In its ninth year of running, it promises great clothes at low cost; perfect for a small indulgence on a student budget.
Pick something up for Mum
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, Judy’s might just provide you with the perfect gift to spoil Mum with. Pick up a pair of vintage earrings, a unique necklace, or an old broach in a style that transcends time and age. Grab something stylish, and you’ll be sure to put a smile on her face with a small, thoughtful gift.
A great free day out
If the fifties is not quite your style, the Vintage Fair still makes for a wonderful day out. Take some time out and lose yourself in a different era for a few hours. With plenty going on, make sure you enjoy the live music throughout the day and pick up some food from one of the areas great local food establishments. Furthermore, Judy’s is free to enter, so if you’re around the Leeds Corn Exchange pop in anytime between 10:30am and 6pm for a walk down memory lane.
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