This weekend me and a friend went to Stockholm for the movie premiere of the movie “Huldra”.
But before we needed to get ourselfs ready for the night, we headed down town for some vintage store browsing and a tiny bit of shopping.
First we visited the much talked about vintage store “Old Touch“
Just the window display are to die for.
I totally understand why everybody recommend this store for anything vintage.
It seams I got some extra love for old shoes somehow.
Bags in plenty hanging on the walls, on the shelves and every other place where they would fit.Take a good look at that golden one, because it’s no longer hanging on that wall…
Then, on our way home, we stumbled on the shop “Epok“, which caries everything you could possibly need from late 19th century to 1950s.
This store was even more cramped, and every square inch was packed with stuff.
Lace veils, collars and shawls hanging from the ceiling.
Kristin found a dress from the early 1920s, and tried the skirt onThe skirt is in two layers, with lots and lots of decorative embroidery and sparkly pallets.
I bought myself a pair of crocheted gloves (for my next big HSM project), and a beautiful beaded party bag. It’s from the 60s, and if it wasn’t in such impeccable shape it could easterly be mistaken for something a lot older.I highly recommend a visit in to both of these stores.
But be aware, they’r both totally rabbit holes, where you can get lost for hours and emerge with a lot less money then when you entered.