I'm not a fan of literal vintage stuff, but visiting vintage shops are worth it. I love vintage looks, but with new stuff. Call me weird, but I don't feel comfortable wearing the stuff people I don't know have worn before. However, I found the fun thrifting clothing stuff that day in this vintage shop, Blitz, located in Brick Lane (although I didn't buy anything). Brick Lane is known for its quaint, artistic area. So if you are this kind of person, you must go to Brick Lane, also Brick Lane Market, which I haven't gone to.
The clothes here are very coordinated. There are many range from t-shirts, jackets, coats, dresses, shirt dresses, skirts, and many more. Price is basically the same as high street brands but you know you can't get these stuff somewhere else. It's more personal and unique. Like there's this vintage Ralph Lauren sleeveless shirt dress that I set my eyes on... but still, I didn't have the feeling to buy it.
There's a "vintage-vibe" café inside the store too!
Aren't the street arts gorgeous?
With my friend, Angel
The cardigan peeking underneath the oversized cardigan was actually needed to add layer on my sleeve, in case the wind decided to blow harder that day, but I liked how it turned out to be layering like this. It's like a dress/skirt.
T-shirt - Zara
Cardigan peeking underneath - Body & Soul
Over-sized cardigan - H&M
Legging - Blujuice
Shoes - Primark
Bag - Mulberry Alexa