In 2015 it seems that the way to be fashionable is to look backwards rather than look forwards. Fashions for clothes now seem to be based on what people wore between the 1920's and 1950's, haircuts appear to be those that people's grandparents would have been proud of, and drinking cocktails from tea cups in Prohibition Era bars - in other words the past is the future.
Pop Boutique have known this for a lot longer than most. Since its inception as a stall at Camden and Greenwich markets in the early '80's, the dedication to the vintage cause has provided a number of stores in the North of England, one in London, and even one in Sweden.
The growth has also happened in the ranges available - they stock clothes for men and women across sizes and as, and have developed their own range to compliment as well as bridge the gaps between styles. In short, it is impossible for you to come into one of their stores and leave either empty handed, or with no desire to buy something - just check out the picture to see why...
They source their clothes these days from the US as well as UK, and thanks to their discerning eyes, the hit rate for desirability is through the roof - meaning you are going to find it very, very difficult to leave here without buying anything. Therefore, give in to temptation and buy that hat/ bag/ coat you've had your eye on for the past 30 minutes - after all how often can you be in fashion by buying a definite one off, and secretly know that people think you have spent far more on something than you actually have. Get yourself along there and discover a new side of your fashion self.