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The Great Britist craze

TAGE TIMES Northern Quarter and London’s Camden. These vintage boutiques have been around forever and are popping up everywhere, specialising in alternative fashions from yonder year and capturing the difficult to master quirky retro trend that only promises to become increasingly prevalent over the course of this summer right through to winter 2010. On first inspection going vintage can prove to be a scary business, with an overwhelming amount of products to

probe and most usually lack a price tags. However, don’t be shy walk in, pick up something you would never usually look at twice and experiment. There’s nothing more rewarding than finding that purchase you’ll remember for a lifetime and nothing more British and entertaining than having a bit of a banter and barter with the down to earth staff.

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