Since 2005, Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair has been providing vintage enthusiasts in London with an unforgettable shopping experience and affordable vintage items. They obviously picked up on a popular movement, as they now set up shop in more than 30 towns and cities across the UK over the year, making it the largest vintage fair of its kind. As well as the goods from the 50s-70s, these fairs also make space for upcycled and handcrafted wares, making them a one-stop-shop for all those seeking unique and inspired items.
Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair places emphasis on the word ‘affordable’. There is a price promise in place at these events. Curators of the stalls price check to ensure that shoppers will pay a minimum of 75% less for their vintage item at one of these fairs than they would on the typical high street in England. That leads to quite some bargains to be had for sure, so it is easy to see why these fairs took root and grew in popularity so quickly.
With events like Vintage Furniture Flea taking place all over the country, and often multiple times in a month, vintage enthusiasts should make sure they keep up to date with the social media of Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair. This way, shoppers can be sure they will not miss an event that comes close to home, or of course can travel around to shop here as much as possible!
Unique is a key feature of the items for sale at Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair. The organizers know their business, and select only the finest items to sell here. It is the perfect place to buy a whole new wardrobe, though clothing is not the only thing for sale here. Antiques and collectables can also be found, alongside homewares, craft work, jewelry and other accessories plus a whole lot more. Once you have shopped at this fair once, you will be hard pushed to return to the high street for your needs!
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