Retro clothing fans are gearing up for Lou Lou’s Dundee Vintage Fair where they will be looking to beat any winter blues by grabbing themselves a bargain.
The UK’s biggest travelling vintage fair returns to the Caird Hall on Saturday March 17 and will feature live music, a retro hair and beauty salon, and an impressive selection of eclectic wares.
The all-day pop-up marketplace offers the opportunity to browse an abundance of stalls hosted by some of Britain’s leading vintage traders.
People popping along can expect to find home wares alongside collectibles, and will have the chance to update their wardrobe with a splash of vintage fashion dating from the 1940s onwards.
Fair founder and organiser Lou Lou Glover said: “We’re very excited to be returning with our award-winning vintage fair.
“Vintage offers something different — it’s a unique and sustainable way to experiment with fashion and trends and is full of character and history.
“Whatever you’re looking for, the event promises to be a one-stop shop to get a variety of vintage items.”
Lou Lou’s Dundee Vintage Fair will run 11am-5pm.
Admission is £2 for adults and free for children under 12 years old.