I seem to have a brick wall when it comes to writing a blog, press release, anything really to do with writing niggles my insides and I put it off. Time to fight my fears and just write, using those such as Boris Johnson and the old Duke as my inspiration, many a blunder and still loved by most.
So.... Whilst traipsing through high street shops, magazines and the net, looking at all this seasons styles I jump for joy with the knowledge that the entire contents of my shop are totally relevant and obviously all one offs that will knock the socks off most of the third world slave produce on the high street floors and ours being, ethically sound, unique in pattern and tailored to the highest standards i feel safe in the knowledge that the past year has been well spent producing what I proudly present to you VINTAGE DELI.
In my lovely little shop I have all of this seasons must haves, pieces that are bang on trend and other bits which I reckon has set the trend for spring summer 2010 and then some. My friends and I always use to giggle that the bloody fashion industry had been stalking us again and all the following seasons must haves we’d already worn out and onto the next. Confidence comes in numbers though doesn't it!!!! Altogether we are charleys angels, alone, hiding behind my screen and talking through the monitor mask that has become so familiar to me.
A Few Vintage Events To Watch Out For-
Vintage Deli will be at the next Vintage Lover Fair at Sussex Barn, Burnham Market, Norfolk. Sunday 29th November
Norwich - Cold War- The Bo Nanafana Social-ist Club
Dublin - Dublin Vintage Fair and Ball
Some Lovely New Blogs With a Mention Of Us
Little Red Sandals By Kylie Mordle on Vintage Deli Vintage Clothing
Karma and Cupcakes By Amy Bartle on Vintage Deli Vintage Clothing
I Heart Fashion Blog on Vintage Deli Vintage Clothing