Monday, 28 June 2010


With the vintage-inspired fashion movement of granny chic proving popular in these times of recession for the wardrobe and the home, original vintage items have never been so sought after with many looking to the closets of our grandmothers for inspiration and hand-me-downs. Now you can raid Granny's Attic for vintage treasures at the next Vintage Sunday at the Empire on 4th July. With vintage clothing, hats, bags, gloves, jewellery, vanity items, bric-a-brac, dolls and toys and a medley of other curios, Granny's Attic is always a popular stall at our Vintage Fairs.

Owner Mary Havern personally sources antique and vintage collectables from as far off as New York so her range is extremely diverse but pleasantly affordable. From brightly coloured necklaces and lacy gloves to 1950s party dresses and lucite handbags there is something to suit every budget.

The next Vintage Sunday at the Empire takes place on Sunday 4th July at the Empire Music Hall, Botanic Avenue, Belfast from 12 Noon - 4.30pm, and admission costs £2.

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