The two floors at Cruise held both the perfect opportunity for a brief social outing on the lower floor's bar; where throughout the day you catch a few bands; to an abundance of stalls across the 2nd floor.
Bursting to the brim with a wide range of stalls, you could find plenty of vintage treats from stunning attire, accessories, & even home ware from a wide range of both local vintage boutiques and web shops. Nestled amongst a selection of designers from darling vintage inspired bags and totes; to the quirky button jewellery of Laura loves boutique. An alternative shopping experience to the usual hustle & bustle of Chester's high street.
The icing on the cake was topped off with a vintage tea party toast, personal stylists to help your hone your own vintage style, & photographers around the venue. Even the darling selection of cakes and knitted treats helped kick the day off with style too.
Here's hoping that this isn't the last full day event for Utility's vintage market with an already regular monthly market on, it certainly is an event to put Chester on the map for a vintage hot spot in the North west.
For more on Utility's vintage market visit their Facebook page; where you can keep up to date with their future events.
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