Nicci and I were thrilled to be invited down to Judy's Affordable Vintage Fair to be their official Yellow Hunters! We only had eyes for the bright stuff and ferreted out all the best yellow wares the wonderful vendors had brought with them. We both really enjoy Judy's fairs, they live up to their affordable name and we always hunt out some beautiful items to add to our burgeoning collection of second hand and vintage goods!
The gorgeous tea cup, Playmobil figurine and the amazing Sylvanian Families were from the wonderful Magpie's Attic. I (Lucy) had such an obsession with Sylvaninan Families when I was younger and Nicci has promised to take me to the Sylvanian Families shop in Finsbury Park very soon.
This wonderful vintage filing cabinet would even manage to brighten up the always dull job of filing. Find it at Plan for Mondays where Lucy got an amazing suitcase from at the last Judy's fair and we would strongly recommend hunting this stall out at all Judy's fairs.
Seeing these vintage Girl Guide pins from Vintage Promise has made me (Lucy) dig out my old sash and start wearing those old pins and badges with pride!
These were a very, very small section of the amazing egg cups on offer at The Eggcuppery. I think they may become a new favourite collectors item here at Fancy Full.
Dabber Decades had the wonderful knnited dress, great 60s blouse and these super summery Mary Quant sunglasses. They had gone all out on the yellow front!
With April looming on the horizon, april showers can't be far behind. This vintage yellow raincoat from Old Pony Vintage would cheer anyone up on a drizzly day.
This wallpaper from E W Moore is pure retro yellow! Maybe a little too much for the walls?
What more could you want from a scarf? yellow + horses equals a dream scarf. Find this beauty from Tapestry Boutique. Nicci picked up a beautiful shirt from here as well.
Love Inc Ltd had one of the best yellow themed displays on their stalls. We seriously loved all their items and we could have quite happily bought everything!
These beautiful vintage dresses were from the lovely Tallula Vintage. The one with the hello yellow label was my absolute favourite.
We wanted all the globes that Before Brasilia had to offer, they were all so vibrant and would have made the perfect addition to any living room or bedroom. (Lucy went on to purchase the large red circular suitcase to add to the growing suitcase collection.)
They also had this amazing Silver Jubilee Colman's mustard set which whilst looking lovely I doubt you'd want to sample the mustard inside!
Check back at Fancy Full in the next few days and we'll be sharing all our street style pics that we snapped of all the well turned out vintage shoppers.
Lucy and Nicci