Anybody else totally sick of winter weather already? It’s a good thing that today we’re bringing you a great excuse to stay inside – Judy’s Affordable Vintage Digest!
Now on it’s 9th issue, the digest is your peep behind the scenes at all things vintage fair, kilo sale and furniture flea. This season, we’re focusing on some serious nesting – from our top kitsch christmas decor ideas to blogger inspiration, there’s plenty of reasons to stay home! We also do our fair share of recollecting – check out our gallery of street style from some of our best events, learn from charitable celebrities through history or dream of summer days past with our postcards from Festival Number 6.
For those looking forward to the festive season, we also do our very own run-down of the seasons best fashion trends – the perfect ticklist to take with you to our next event.
So what are you waiting for? Pour that hot chocolate, stick on your christmas playlist and grab yourself a tablet, laptop or mobile – our mag is full optimised with live links to make finding further info that little bit easier.
As always, we’d love your feedback – if you have any comments, advice or would like to advertise and/or write for the magazine, do get in touch on email@example.com. Happy reading!
When we’re not busy buzzing around organising events, attending meetings and (ahem) scouring rails for our own personal vintage collections, we at Judy’s like to give our fans that little bit extra. If you’re a seasoned Judy’s addict, you may have heard of our official magazine: Judy’s Affordable Vintage Digest.
For those not in the know, Judy’s Digest is published 3-4 times a year and aims to bring you a little closer to the action, sating your retro desires in between fairs and sharing some of our best advice for your wardrobes. Edited by Kilo Manage Jenessa and featuring submissions from the full Judy’s clan (and some extra friends too!) you can expect interviews, style tips and even some sneaky peeks inside our homes.
Sounds intriguing? You can check out the brand new Issue 6 on Issuu, as well as all of our back issues. If you’re a vintage aficionado or keen scribbler, we’re always on the lookout for new writers; send us an email with some story ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. Similarly, we’re also open to advertisers and collaborative brands – you can use this same email address but just remember to pop ‘Advertising’ somewhere in the subject header.