3.9.10

lovely little caravan


The last stop on mine, Saskia and Abi's adventure was a lovely little shop called Caravan, which we stumbled upon on Redchurch Street after getting a tad lost. It's such a beautiful store, selling many vintage and kitsch home accessories, a perfect place to pick up something special to add to your interior. Some of my favourite pieces in the shop included the glass jars above, a silver metal rose in a Beauty and the Beast-esque glass case and a very ornate gold business card holder. Plus I just adored the use of old photographs, postcards and puzzle pieces as price tags. Goodness, I'm enrolling for my third year at college later today, I'm actually really nervous! Love, Jazzabelle.

16 comments

  1. Oh, this is a lovely shop indeed!
    Old photographs, postcards and puzzle pieces as price tags? That's like getting a free wonderful antique with each purchase!
    xxxx

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  2. good luck with the college enrollment Jazzabelle.
    i love your shots. :)

    thyaudaciousness.blogspot.com/

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  3. Looks wonderful! I love finding shops that sell little trinkets like that. All the best with your enrolment!

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  4. Caravan was soo nice to look at, it was almost like a museum!

    Good luck for today! :)

    S
    http://notjustmedical.wordpress.com

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  5. Looks like an amazing shop...expensive?

    T x

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  6. I have the same feeling about vintage stores. To search for special items...

    GOOOOOOD LUUUUUCK TODAY!!! I'll keep my fingers crossed for you!

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  7. i've been looking for some lovely little jars like these!! i need to get my arse over to your side of the country!!

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  8. If I owned my own shop I would make sure the price tags were extra special in some way. Little features really do make a difference in my book.
    It sounds like a truly quaint shop xx

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  9. I've never been to this one and it's so close to where I go street snapping, I'll have to check it out!

    Oh and yes, this year is my first LFW - exciting! x

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  10. i read about your adventures on saskias blog about the shop owner of some shop wanting you to photograph inside the shop!? how random!! love the fact that this shop was called the caravan! hope u managed to stretch out your shrunken cardy!! i wish i cld afford to get all my clothes dry cleaned!! :) x

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  11. Im so jealous of your blogger adventures!

    Adèle

    http://moltocuriosa.com

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  12. this very interesting store i want to go there very great pictures

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  13. I'd love to peek at this store!

    Hope the enrollment went great! I wonder what you're studying. By the way, I've just read your "about me" section to see if I could find that out and read that you have a genuine posh accent, haha, I'd LOVE to hear you talk! As a non-native English speaker, I love listening to different varieties of the language. You should totally record and post videos here! I'm sure people will love them!

    Have a great weekend!

    Miki.

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  14. good luck with the enrollment. i hope it all goes well.

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  15. You have such a great eye for taking artsy photos. I loved/feel inspired by all the images in your blog and plan to come back for more! Following now.


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  16. hi sugar! that's such a cute little store, teehee. best of luck at college, i hope i can come see your exhibition at the end of your term if you do one! :) xx

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