East London Vintage Fashion Haul


Emma CB is back on the Vlog high after taking some much needed time away. 

For the first video back she talks about the shopping haul in East London looking for a 1940 outfit but where she ended up buying loads more. 

This is how the video went….

On the East London Haul she bought this fabulous 1940’s Pear Harbour inspiration dress from Collectif Vintage in Spitalfields market. Which she wore to a themed party at the weekend… Discussed in a previous blog. The dress was normally £50 but lucky for Emma the sale had come early and she got the dress for half the price. 


It’s a long pencil dress with a slit up the back, making it easier to move in. 

The print is a bright pineapple, still giving off a summer vibe. 


Emma CB used to live on Hanbury street, a road just off of Brick Lane. On Hanbury street there’s this independent boutique run by designers Paul and Emin. 


Emma CB picked up this oversize bright pattern shirt dress. It’s baggy and light perfect to keep you cool and great for days where your a little bloaty.

Surely being on Brick Lane it’s mandatory to check out the vintage shops… too right! But instead of the shops Emma picked this jacket up from a secrete courtyard full of vintage stalls. 


It’s satin and bright, similar to Adidas print. This bomber is great for Autumn or late summer with the attractive Orange tones. 

Now back to Spitalfields market, that’s  where she finished the shop trip by buying
accessories from a cute stall full-filled with fascinators, hair clips and jewellery. 


Keeping to the Pearl harbour theme Emma needed hair accessories, She picked up the same flower in red and white, which was so Hawaii 🙂

The ear cuff was also a good buy, it’s small enough to cover the ear and the chain gives a cool look. 

Ear cuff Fotor

Please check out the video and share, when you have time I really suggest you take a stroll around Spitalfields market on Thursday’s is full of Vintage gems. 


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