If you love a great vintage fair and are based in the South West, a trip to Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair in Bristol next weekend is a must! I highlighted these fantastic fairs in a previous post on some of the best vintage fairs in the UK, take a look here. So if you fancy grabbing some vintage bargains in the January sales, take a look at this fabulous fair featuring a pop up tea party, vintage hair salon, live music from a harmony trio, and plenty of great vintage goodies.
Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair comes to the Passenger Shed on Saturday 16th January, a stunning historical building perfect for the vintage theme. The fair brings together more than 60 of the best traders from across the country, each specialising in fashion, homeware or crafts from the 1920s to the 1980s.
Lou Lou’s Vintage Fairs is the winner of the Best Vintage Fair in the UK 2013, 2014 and 2015, so there’s plenty of excuses to enjoy a lovely shopping trip to the city. Take a look at the fantastic features taking place at the fair to get you in the vintage spirit.
Very Vintage Teas will be serving up delicious tea and cakes on beautiful vintage china.
Expect everything from ‘40s victory rolls to skyscraping ‘60s beehives. Pop Up Parlour will be offering vintage style hair and beauty makeovers to customers.
The Velvetones, a local harmony trio, will be serenading shoppers with well-loved songs from the ‘40s and ‘50s.
Saturday 16th January
11am to 5pm
The Passenger Shed (opposite Temple Meads)
Entry: adults £3; under 12s free