Our store has put together a collection of clothes that could transport our customers, from formal to informal, from work to play, within the theme “it’s Spring in South Melbourne.” All this for $200. My volunteers are researching next weeks theme!
Dunedin Wears The Pants reviews beautifully the recent Vintage Roundup. Brown Street Bespoke’s Vintage clothing racks were somewhat depleted by the end of the day. Many thanks for your support.
Sixties swing, seventies psychedelia, 80s grunge, Madonnaesque power dressing – it was all there at the old Lone Star (Princes Street) last Saturday when The Vintage Roundup returned. And the crowds came! Once again, this spectacular event was organised by Tannia Lee of Most Wanted Vintage. We had so much fun foraging for goodies from stallholders whose interests were diverse and eclectic. As usual, most of them were Dunedinites but a few came from further afield.
Warren and Vanessa from Two Squirrels came all the way from the fringe of Central Otago. They moved there from Christchurch after the earthquakes destroyed one of their shops and put the other in the red zone. On a positive note, their new shop in Milton has its grand opening weekend on 5-6 October. We can’t wait!
It was lovely to see Liz King of King’s Emporium (Herbert, North Otago) here again. She…
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Brown Street Bespoke Vintage has started gathering goodies for the Dunedin Vintage Clothing and Textile Fair . Set aside some time on the 16 and 17 June for Vintage shopping.
Keep an eye on the above Print Editions menu as I am loading images of some vintage items that I will be selling at the OUSA Market 17 May.
This is the last Pukeko + Brown St Bespoke branded bib. I still have a few more printed Pukeko’s to applique onto baby feeders but it is nearly the end the Pukeko print edition.
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