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Thursday, 30 April 2015
Monday, 27 April 2015
Being slightly obsessed with second hand clothes you'd be suprised to learn that I have never attended a clothes swap, well until now at least. The WI Clothes Swap was just another exciting activity at the Hull Fashion Week Finale. As one of the main focuses at this years HFW was most defiantly reworked and vintage clothes, the clothes swap fitted perfectly into the day. I feel clothes swaps are such a brilliant idea; everyone has excess clothes and sometimes I feel quite bad about how many clothes I have but don't want or wear. Of course you can obviously sell them on or give them to a charity, however if you're wanting to do something a bit different then a clothes swap is just for you! I don't understand why these things are not more popular, Charley from Ramblings of a Beauty Blogger managed to bag herself 2 items for just £2! I also just want to say about how fab it is that this was a Women's Institute clothes swap! I've been interested in the WI for quite a while as I can see it being a really cool and empowering thing to be involved in, what do you think?
Saturday, 25 April 2015
If you've been reading this blog for even a few minutes you'll know that I love anything vintage! So I was very pleased to hear that, whilst the fantastic catwalk show was taking place in Hull's City Hall during the Hull Fashion Week Finale, there was a quaint little vintage market going on as well. Many of Hull's own boutiques and other alternative stores set up shop in the sunny Queen Victoria Square including one of my favourites, The Magpie's Den as well as Asylum Industries, British Red Cross and Chinese Laundry. As the catwalks were showcasing pieces from many of these brands it was a brilliant opportunity to be able to walk outside and have a look around the shops themselves.
Thursday, 23 April 2015
After attending the Hull Fashion Week Finale last year and having an amazing time I was excited to be invited back to be part of the Bloggers Hub! With a huge focus on reworking/upcycling vintage clothes, the catwalks were refreshing to see and obviously right up my street. Hull's own Poor Boy Boutique even showed the crowd how you can 'upcycle' an old pair of jeans into a brand new pair of shorts or a skirt. The 'Made in Hull' catwalk was probably my personal favourite as it showcased what Hull, a city close to my heart, has to offer. With clothes from The Little Cobbled Street, Beasley's, Cock of the Walk and many more one can definitely say that Hull has quite a lot to offer! In contrast to the local independent brands there were also plenty of pieces from the new collections of New Look, House of Fraiser and Topshop where you can purchase anything from occasion wear to festival wear! Anyway enough of me rambling on, I'll let my photos speak for themselves.