@ladyledcollective a few weeks back on instagram and was happy to find a new local pop-up market with some vintage sellers I was unfamiliar with! It was this past Saturday held in a beautiful vintage church on Valour Road. I went looking for knits, leather and to ogle sweet spirit apothecary in person one more time.
First image is of buffalo silk's booth and the second is of Cheap & Cheerful Vintage. I wasn't able to find any treasures for myself but loved both of the set ups.
Jean Borbridge: jeanborbridge(a)gmail.com for more info.
The venue was beautiful! A bit dark but it felt very cozy. Sadly most of the sellers didn't have business cards or easily accessible social media links. However Lady Led Collective on their facebook page offers a round up with links if you would like to see the full list of vendors.
sweet spirit apothecary, I went to test out the blush, it was a tad to shimmery for me but came home with her bright eyes oil. I have had my "eyes" on this all summer made from coffee oil and german chamomile plus much much more. I wanted to test it out in person since my skin is weird and does not absorb oils. I am liking it, it is something different for under my eyes. One word of advice if you are sensitive to smell I would test this out in person you can smell it "in your eyes" if you know what I mean.
All of Demetra's products that I have purchased have been a hit a review of a few of her other products can be found here.
I really enjoyed the Lady Led Collective winter market and will be keeping an eye out for other events put on by them.