Petticoat Lane Market Where I Grabbed A Bargain

Petticoat Lane Market Where I Grabbed A Bargain Or Two. Hello friends. Happy Saturday.

Don’t you just love a good market? Because I know I do.

Bargains galore?

What I Wore Petticoat Lane Market

Petticoat Lane Market Where I Grabbed A Bargain Or Two:

Petticoat Lane Market is a fashion and clothing market in Spitalfields, London. It consists of two adjacent street markets.

Wentworth Street Market is open six days a week and Middlesex Street Market is open on Sunday only

Petticoat Lane Market Where I Grabbed A Bargain
Petticoat Lane Market Where I Grabbed A Bargain
Scarfs at bargain prices

Petticoat Lane Market Where I Grabbed A Bargain Or Two:

What I Wore:

T-shirt ~ Petticoat-lane | Jacket ~ Primark
Skirt ~ George at Asda
Tights ~ Primark
Shoes ~ Jonathan James

Petticoat Lane Market Where I Grabbed A Bargain

Petticoat Lane Market Where I Grabbed A Bargain Or Two:

Fashion at unbelievable low prices?

It has been years since I visited a Sunday market. I use to love them but got so carried away buying things I did not really need, want or use, just because the prices were so low. 

On Sunday a few weeks back when we went to London we stumbled up on Petticoat lane market. A nice market with loads of bargains.

Trying not to look at anything as we had to carry them all around London, I still could not help buying something. 

I brought 6 amazing summer dresses all priced up around £25.00 for £1.00 each. They are new, priced up, just seconds.

All they needed was a strap sewing back on!! Even I can manage that. Can you imagine how may I would have purchased if we did not have miles to walk as we were sight seeing?

Lucky my husband had a bag on his back. We passed a stall full of scarf’s £1.00 each so I had a few of these too…

London t-shirts anyone? £2.00 each. Also a fabulous little stall full of fridge magnets and souvenirs £1.00 each.

Can not wait to visit again!! Still, need to find Portobello market now, never visited this one yet!! Do you love a good Market?

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Petticoat Lane Market Where I Grabbed A Bargain

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  1. Robin Hardeman
    30 June 2014 / 19:52

    On my way to London in just 40 days and looking forward to visiting some of the markets! Sounds like a good time!

  2. Jan Graham-McMillen
    28 March 2014 / 04:57

    You look so sweet and just a little tough, and a lot adorable. Such a cute outfit! Longing for spring?I'd love something like your Peticoat Lane here! Seattle had it's markets and street fairs, and I miss them. Here there's not much butlittle town fairs that have lots of oily junk food and Confederate flags and huntin' stuff … and do-rags for bikers. All colors.Sad for me … but somedayI hope I'll get to see for myself!

  3. Laura Freeman
    25 March 2014 / 10:23

    I love visiting markets, such a bargain to be found. #AllAboutYou

  4. Patti
    24 March 2014 / 13:19

    Sounds like a wonderful place to shop! Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday, xo.

  5. Kezzie
    22 March 2014 / 22:00

    I like Portobello as it is near my orchestra's concert venue and I mentioned it in my hat post. Not been to Petticoat for a good long while x

  6. Winnie
    22 March 2014 / 18:21

    I love the skirt!!As I only wear skirts, this one is definitely my kind

  7. M.S.
    22 March 2014 / 17:07

    I love portobello market but many years since I've been there. We're in London at Easter. How's parking around Pettiecoat Lane market? and access for wheelchairs do you know? Would love to go there and always so good when someone's been and can tell how things are before we go there. Mette:)

  8. Sharon S
    22 March 2014 / 15:50

    Hi my dear! Wow you did amazingly well with your bargains and your tee looks cute! Have a great weekend xx

  9. Elegance and Mommyhood
    22 March 2014 / 15:00

    What bargains first of all. I am jealous. You are looking lovely too. Loving the retro tulle skirt & red shoes. The London Tee is so cute. =) Also I like the new look of the blog. =)

  10. Corinne
    22 March 2014 / 14:04

    Wow, I love a bargain! Hope you show us your lovely new dresses soon =)Corinne

  11. Please may I?
    22 March 2014 / 08:57

    You did do well then, £1 for dresses bargain. You couldn't not get them at that price. Looking forward to seeing what you brought.X x