London is full of vintage enthusiasts, and bargain hunters are sure to be delighted with a visit to Flea at Vinegar Yard. It has a pretty awesome location, with stalls set up in an outdoor spot under the shadow of the impressive Shard. With a focus on sustainability, Flea at Vinegar Yard is the perfect spot for the conscientious shopper to spend a few hours rummaging through delights from the past alongside high quality handcraft stalls.
Anyone who has been shopping in London knows that fighting with crowds of other people is pretty much par for the course. One of the many perks of the Flea at Vinegar Yard is that the masses do not descend here. It is open every weekend, which perhaps help to disperse the bargain hunters, but the atmosphere here is always calm and relaxed, leading visitors to happily spend a couple of hours going through the goods on each stall.
The vendors at Flea at Vinegar Yard certainly know their trade and take pride in their collections. Goods for sale are carefully curated, and mixed up week after week to ensure that there are always interesting and novel items to be found. It is a friendly market, and stall holders take obvious pleasure from chatting with like minded people, be they other stall holders or shoppers with a love for repurposing and upcycling.
Clothing features highly among the wares at Flea at Vinegar Yard, though there is plenty more to see. There are some lovely jewelry pieces, both vintage and handcrafted, old cameras, vinyl records, decorative items for the home, clocks, lamps, sunglasses and other accessories, old radios and so much more. In between the amazing stalls are fantastic food trucks, which will tempt in those that perhaps are not so enthralled by the vintage goods. These, alongside DJs and pop-up bars, make this a market for everyone to enjoy.
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