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Michael Kors/Celine. Camel Coat: Circa Vintage, Mock Croc Clutch: Circa Vintage


Yasmin Ali

Judy’s Affordable Vintage fair comes to Glasgow this weekend, right on your doorstep! So put down your books for a couple of hours and head to the QMU for loads of vintage goodies that won’t break the bank. With 500+ as attending on the Facebook event page, it’s set to be a success. Show your support on the official Glasgow Facebook group and be sure to join the retro-themed shenanigans. After all, who doesn’t need a deserved break from the books at this time of year? We hear seats in the library are like gold-dust these days…

Listings info:

Open 12-5pm Sunday at QMU, 22 University Gardens, G12 8QN

All welcome, not just students!

Entry £2/£1 concessions / free for under 12’s

You can read on for official press info from Judy HQ.

‘Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair returns to Glasgow’

Now covering 24 cities nationwide, Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair is coming to Glasgow on Sunday May 8th. Our first visit of the new year, we’re bringing an even greater selection of the UK’s premier vintage purveyors to QMU.

Last visiting in 2010, much has happened since our Autumn trip across the border; international fashion shows such as those of Marc Jacobs and Jason Wu have cemented the vintage trend whilst creeping VAT prices have seen even more shoppers looking for an alternative to the Highstreet. Still bound by our mantra to handpick traders for affordability and the eclecticism of their stock, fair season 2011 has been our best yet, with 18,000 shoppers in attendance throughout February and March alone.

 Gearing up for a full summer datebook, over 40 stalls will be on hand at QMU to fulfil all pre-events needs, with everything from festival fashion to opulent wedding wear on offer; homespun accessories, retro homewares and vintage designer pieces by the likes of Ossie Clare are all part and parcel of what makes Judy’s so memorable.

 With Thanks to Kieran Leckey 


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