Retro fashion fans have the chance to snap up vintage clothing by the kilo at a new Clapham venue next month.
The South London Vintage Kilo Sale will welcome bargain hunters from its new home at the Territorial Army centre on King’s Avenue on October 10.
It’s relocating from its usual Brixton Town Hall venue while it undergoes refurbishment.
Event manager, Jenessa Williams, said: “We’re really excited to bring our event to a new space and hopefully introduce some new people to the wonderful world of vintage.
“I think the kilo sale really appeals to Londoners because it’s just so affordable.
“With the cost of living increasing year on year, we offer a way for people to stock their wardrobe without breaking the bank – the 60s/70s trend is huge at the minute.
“At this time of year, we get people stocking up on big faux fur coats, denim jackets and demure day dresses.
“That said, Christmas party season isn’t too long away so our glitzier numbers are just as popular.”
The Kilo Sale’s sister event the Furniture Flea will also be coming to Clapham’s army centre for the first time on October 18.
Fans of events by organisers Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair include designer Henry Holland and singer/songwriter Florence Welch.