Vintage Moss Crepe blouse, customised Diesel denim shorts, 1970's pendant and cocktail ring, Gianfranco Ferre boots, Tassel Earrings, 1950's rose print bag (All car boot sale finds)
After a prolonged absence my friend Queenie has rediscovered her blogging mojo. She mentioned that she liked the tips and tricks I used to share in previous blog posts so just for her here's Vix's guide to finding car boot sale treasure:
3. Learn to trust your gut instinct. Genius cut and outrageous patterns usually point to quality labels. I loved the green snake detailing on these boots and happily paid 50p for them only discovering that they were Gianfranco Ferre when I got home.
4. Check out the older sellers' stalls. Younger stallholders generally know the value of their stuff and it's mostly boring old high street stuff anyway. Posh or eccentrically dressed old dears are often downsizing and happy to sell off their interesting gems for peanuts. My 1950's rose print bag was 20p.