Well it was an early and freezing cold start for our boot sale at Willow Farm in Purfleet Essex. I raced round as quick as possible as I just couldn't bear the coldness.
Three bargains of the day were a pair of Russell & Bromley leather leopard platform shoes for only £1.50:
A cute trinket box from Ibiza, for only 20p
I've been after the perfect granny vintage bag for ages, so was pleased to snap up this one. It is made with real Welsh Tapestry wool and I haggled it down from £3 to £2!! I just took the paper stuffing out and there was a newspaper page by Cage and Aviary Birds dated 30 May 1974!!!
I love the blue mix of colours, it will look great with denim.
We left there and refuelled on a McDonalds breakfast, I chose the maple syrup pancakes with a cup of white coffee. Then we took a leisurely drive into London, via the Embankment and Westminster and onto Pimlico, the Kings Road and up to Kensington.
We drove up Kensington Church Street and when I saw an Open sign for the Trinty Hospice, I got hubby to pull over pronto!! We parked up and went inside.
I must say I was very surprised at the cost of the items, not overpriced at all and very reasonable considering the area we were in.
I was nearly on the way out when I spotted these Zara leather high heel loafers for only £5, so I thought I would have them, as I don't have hardly any black shoes:
Then it was a lovely drive homeward bound, this time through Hyde Park, which made us want the Summer weather so we could have a relaxing day out there!!
We would have stayed around London longer, but we were on a mission to get a cable for Roberts PS3 consule, which in the end we could not find after going in virtually every store-he tracked one down at his friends around the corner after all that!!
Wishing you all a good week ahead, whatever you get up to!!