Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Winner of The Boutique Market Vintage Outfit Competition

Boutique Market Scrabble Rings

Here are the much anticipated photographs from September's Guildhall Boutique Market.  As you may remember we were running a competition to award a prize to the person best dressed  in a vintage stylee.

Ruby and Izzy Whitmore - "No more pictures please!"
 So many people walked through the doors that day, that we ended up being incredibly busy and didn't get a chance to photograph everyone that we wanted to.
Winner Natalie Tompkins looked fantastic decked out in full on charity shop chic
Natalie Tompkins looked truly terrific and the fact that all her clothes were sourced from charity shops in true thrift style - a girl after my own heart, guaranteed her the first prize!

Morgana's Fudge

Pansy and Cha Cha
 Jennifer Cook of Pansy and Cha Cha pictured above was wearing a superb dress, which you can't see in this picture,  I really wanted to capture her outfit too, but we just ran out of time.

Ruth Gaunt's Jewellery

Zoe rocking vintage 50s bought from Hideout on Albert Road and her Mummy, Boutique Market owner - Abigail
 The naughty photographer Johnny Buxton only took a picture of our top halves so you can't see Zoe's super cute 50s dress in all it's glory.  It's probably just as well, you couldn't see my pencil dress as I looked more like a marker pen in it. 
Bean Vampies in a range of retro and hand printed fabrics

Crochet by Miranda and Bespoke Glassware by Andy Greentree

Retro Rascals sitting amongst groovy decoupaged homeware

Tinker's Tea Cosies

Ian Sutton striking a stirling pose - T-shirt by Phigment, hat "borrowed" from a friend

Shoppers enjoying the Member's Room

Pretty Cushions to add some extra fun to your home

Cute Little Monkeys 

Loretta May in a top from TK Maxx had her hair done by sister Leah, while Tilly was sporting vintage stolen from "Mummy's" wardrobe!

Paula Bailey looking strikingly wow in lime green dress with matching bag

Sandra Lohmann looked stunning in vintage dress, handbag and brooch.  That fabulous hat is from Etsy

Daryl Bowen from Vintage & Very Nice rocking the vintage britches, hat and stall! 

Ruth Gaunt modeling one of her own necklace designs and wearing a French Connection top

Sarah Clay wearing a dress from a stall on Spitalfields Market and Gemma Vaughan in a cute necklace by Tatty Devine and a Topshop skirt

Original art work by Gina Simmons
Lust-Have Objects

Look out for more pictures from the Boutique Market on my main website: - the next date is 29th October at Little Johnny Russell's pub on Albert Road, or you can catch me every Friday running a mini-market at Portsmouth Guildhall Cafe.

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