Lincoln Vintage Fair

We headed down to Judy’s affordable vintage fair to check out the bargains and find the best dressed.


The annual vintage fair recently returned to Lincoln’s Engine Shed, with over 20 stalls offering autumn/winter trends at affordable prices. Here’s what we saw.

Best dressed

With a collection of styles on offer to buy, the fair attracted a range of well-dressed, young people. Outfits showcasing trends from faux-fur scarves, 50s inspired accessorises and hair styles, to English Gent shirts – we photographed the best dressed from the day.

Three of the girls at the vintage fair.

Left to right: Abi Davies 16, Charlotte Roberts 19 and Eleanor Hugill 17

Two pairs of friends from the vintage fair

Left to right: Morgan Brown 18, Sophie Green 18, Lizzie Kilcoyne 18 and Courtney Farrow 18.

Best Dressed

Left to right: Will Sharpe 24, Emma Allsop 24, Scott Carr 21 and Matt Jones 20

What they bought

The purchases, of course, were the most important aspect from the event. We caught a few people as they were leaving the vintage fair and pictured them with their brand new items.

What they brought

Left to right: Joey Sandling, 21, journalism student – shirt from ‘The Vintage Underground’ £15, Alex Cameron, 20, film and TV student – skirt from ‘The Vintage Scene’ £5

Naomi Shaw, 20, English and drama student – dress from ‘Tallula’ £20, Lauren Cotton, 20, law student, jumper from ‘Tallula’ £10.

Naomi Shaw, 20, English and drama student – dress from ‘Tallula’ £20, Lauren Cotton, 20, law student, jumper from ‘Tallula’ £10.

What we bought

And finally us… yes of course there was time for us to grab some bargains!

Alex 20, Laura 22.

Alex 20, Laura 22.

Alex, fashion editor for The Tab, bought dog-tooth pencil skirt for just £15 from The Vintage Scene and crop lace top from Tallula for £10.

Laura, fashion writer for The Tab, purchased this jacket from The Vintage Scene, for just £16.50.