On a recent little trip to Manchester, I got a last minute invite to the launch party of the brand new Cow Vintage shop in Manchester which was quite simply HEAVEN. From the industrial feel of the whole place, to the granny carpeted walls and spooky changing rooms, the perfectly lit ginormous mirror perfect for selfies, and of course the clothes - I can not express how in love I am with this shop. 100% the best vintage store I have ever step foot in! Right up my street and very reasonably priced too (but I guess I am used to London stores which are always ridiculously expensive).
I really loved the way the clothes were set out - everything was neatly organised but mixed up at the same time, y'know? So, there wasn't a section for coats, jeans, shirts, they were all sat in groups next to other complimentary clothes. Idk, it's the kind of thing I notice and I loved their attention to detail. It looked so pretty. Maybe that's the wardrobe organisation OCD side of me coming out, ha.
After far too many cocktails we decided it probably wasn't a good idea to shop at 10pm, so decided to pop back the next day for a look around and to see blogger babe Kayla Hadlington on her shoot with Cow. We ended up spending most of the day there and got a look behind the scenes, met the lovely staff who were so sweet and let us choose some clothes - so thank you so much guys! Check out the website to shop exclusive online stuff.
If you live near or are in the area, the new Cow shop is an absolute must visit. I totally want to work there but that would be one hell of a commute. Cry.
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