Posts Tagged ‘Camden’
So recently I have decided to sell a few things on eBay. I’m moving rooms at home from my current bedroom to an attic conversion and I don’t really want to transfer all my clutter.
Besides it was genuinely stuff I don’t wear anymore. As well as this, some were vintage pieces that i don’t really I don’t really like that much.
I know I said I’d never want to get rid of clothes but I’m kepping the stuff forever that I think i’ll look back on in 30 years time and be like i’m glad I kept that. No doubt i’m selling the stuff I will actually want in 30 years time!
So, i’ve sold 7 pieces and made £23 profit. Not too shabby plus I have sooo much more room now. Well a little after my new buys…
I’ve bought a cricket jumper! It’s not quite like the one I originally had in mind but I like it and I’ve wanted one for ages. Like a whole year. I originally wanted a long one I could wear as a dress but my friend called me a tart at that so I changed my mind!
When I saw lots of shops like New Look and Internacionale and I changed my mind. Anyway, i finally bit the bullet and bought one for £3.20 on eBay!!
I intend to team it with a dark polo shirt. I have a ‘Lacoste’ one from Turkey and it’s only purpose is to wear it underneath something and maybe shorts because I don’t wear jeans.
While I was in London, i went to Camden but in recent years, I have been going off Camden. I would take myself off and just not find anything I specifically liked or felt inspired by.
This time though, I went with my Mum and sister and my Mum hasn’t been in like 20 years so I re-found my love of it.
Yes it’s more full of tourists than locals these days and I got told off in Super Drug for trying a tester that wasn’t a tester
I went to a vintage shop which actually is a vintage shop and doesn’t sell Primark items from three years ago. it’s the same shop I got my 18th Birthday dress for £50.
Just as I was leaving after hanging up the 10th dress back up that I can’t afford I had a flick through the sale rail and found a hand made, pink, fitted 1960’s dress for £5.