My favourite part was the Vintage Maretplace - lots of stalls in Ingram Street car park. My favourite was Hollie Berries beautiful stall full of vintage china and bits and pieces - gorgeous! (In case you are wondering - the huge hedgehog at the back is part of a mural!!)
I also love Gillian Kyle items - bags, mugs, tea towels etc all depicting good old Scottish favourites like plain bread and Tunnocks teacakes as well as a few other instantly recognisable Scottish necessities! Catherine was looking after the stall which was full of fabulous bits and pieces.
Retro Bazaar had an amazing collection of vintage phones and furniture.
Two of the other fabulous stalls were - Love Me Again with gorgeous homeware, and Emily Rose Vintage who had some lovely painted furniture.
Love these two - a Gramophone DJ and a gorgeous vintage thingy which served as a florists.
These lovely ladies posed for me while they waited for the Charleston Brunch at the Old Fruitmarket - don't they look amazing!
I had a fabulous morning - there was loads more to see - lots of food stalls and entertainment, but it got a bit hot and my feet were sore (I stupidly wore the wrong shoes - d'oh!!!!!).
Hope you are having a great weekend.