What I Wore This Week

A blonde woman is wearing a vintage fringe jacket, Adidas Firebird track pants, a black sweater, Onitsuka sneakers, retro sunglasses, and an Anine Bing bag.

A blonde woman is wearing Adidas Firebird track pants, an oversized button up, an asymmetrical cardigan, a driving cap, and a vintage Longchamp bag.

A blonde woman is wearing a wrap cardigan, vintage trousers, ballet flats, a vintage blue velvet jacket, and a Celine bag.

A blonde woman is wearing a vintage fringe jacket, sweatshirt, vintage Levi's, patch boots, and a Fendi bag.

Outfit 1 – Sweater | Vintage Jacket | Track Pants | Sneakers | Sunglasses | Bag
Outfit 2 – Button Up (similar) | Cardigan | Track Pants | Sneakers | Hat | Vintage Bag (similar)
Outfit 3 – Cardigan (similar) | Vintage Trousers | Vintage Coat | Flats | Bag
Outfit 4 – Sweatshirt | Vintage Jacket | Vintage Jeans | Boots | Bag

This weekend was the biannual vintage clothing show in Toronto. We went for the first time last September and I have been counting down the days until we went again yesterday, and it was so much fun.

Slightly chaotic, massively overwhelming, and expensive as hell but still fun.

Next time we are going to try to get there when it first opens because we arrived around noon due to horrendous traffic and it was packed.

It cost $15 to get is but is free for kids under 12, and the parking is $21 hence the expensive part.

You can’t avoid the parking though, because they literally have you by the balls when it comes to parking in downtown Toronto.

You can’t avoid it unless you are lucky enough to live nearby, get someone to drop you off, or take public transit and none of those were viable options for us.

But as far as vintage goes, they have so much stuff, and so much variety that there is something for everyone.

I ended up only getting a purse, because anything I liked was more that I was comfortable paying for something that I could potentially find cheaper with a little research.

The items can be quite pricey which I think is pretty normal for one of these events because they suck you in with the impulse and need to buy it.

It will be guaranteed to be gone if you step away to think about it, so many people just grab it knowing that they are paying a higher price tag at the event.

But that being said, there are a million unique pieces and treasures and if you get the opportunity to go next time I recommend it.

You should probably start saving now though because there is definitely going to be something expensive that you want to buy.

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Sara is the founder and creative behind livelovesara. A George Brown College Fashion Styling Graduate, she provides advice on finding your personal style regardless of age and budget. She is always on the hunt for the perfect wardrobe piece and is a vintage and thrifting enthusiast who can't wait to share her newest finds. She is also trying to learn French.

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