The Vintage Kilo Sale returns to Newcastle

Buy your vintage clothes by weight – the smartest way to shop vintage
The Vintage Kilo Sale returns to Newcastle I Love Newcastle
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The brainchild of Europe’s largest vintage wholesaler and Britain’s biggest vintage fair, The Vintage Kilo Sale returns this season, bringing the mother of all vintage events to Newcastle. Founded in 2009, the formula for the Kilo is a simple one; five tonnes of vintage clothing is yours to peruse, rummage through and pick out what you fancy, take it to the scales and pay just £15 per kilo. Taking place within the Northumbria University Union, fashionistas can take advantage of great quality stock for an unrivalled price.

The Vintage Kilo Sale returns to Newcastle I Love Newcastle

Offering a window into wholesale life, the event lets shoppers play vintage trader for a day, by simply paying per weight. With an average of 3-4 items per kilo, bag yourself a whole new outfit with change for a twenty! Shop menswear and ladieswear, denim and dresses, jumpers and tees at an event championed by Stylist, Timeout and the London Evening Standard as a revolutionary new way to shop!

The Vintage Kilo Sale returns to Newcastle I Love Newcastle

Also touring London, Bristol, Manchester, Liverpool and Edinburgh to name but a few, the Vintage Clothing Kilo Sale offers an economical yet exciting way to shop this seasons trends. Founder Judy Berger calls it ‘taking retro to its roots.’ Acknowledged by the likes of Elle, ASOS and Stylist, shoppers can expect the same high standard from ‘Vintage’ festival curator, bringing vintage that’s affordable, eclectic and always ‘worth the weight.’

The Vintage Kilo Sale returns to Newcastle I Love Newcastle

WHERE & WHEN
Northumbria University SU, 2 Sandyford Road, NE1 8SB
14th March 2015
£3 Earlybird Entry – 11am – 12pm, £1.50 General Entry – 12pm – 4pm

VISIT

FACEBOOK: vintagekilosale
TWITTER: thevintagekilo
Instagram: thevintagekilosale

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