>> I'm a bit snowed under prepping for the yard sale which is why it's looking a bit empty here today.  Those coming to our N7 yard sale will thank me later when they hap upon shirts and dresses that aren't hideously creased and rubbish looking.  We've had a few changes and new additions to our blogger line-up and you'll now also be chomping on chicken satay a la Susie tomorrow (I'm marinating chicken instead of blogging today).  I can't promise they'll be half as good as the satay that the lovely Tommy of This is Naive provided two years ago but I'll give them a fighting chance.  We're also going to have a bit of live entertainment hopefully courtesy of an acoustic set by Milly Blue, playing the sort of chilled summer-y stuff that the day calls for.  Y'all are welcome to bring your own deckchairs and drinks of course.  

As for the stuff you can expect – having sorted through things carefully, it's quite a liquorice allsorts – Acne, Dries Van Noten, Balenciaga, Vivienne Westwood, Sergio Rossi and lots of colourful vintage will be in the mix as well as lots of high street bits from the usual suspects.  Prices will start from about a fiver (maybe less) and I'll only be taking cash.  See you all there!  


Comments (46)

  1. this sounds awesome wish i was still in london.
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  2. Shini says:

    I wish I can come!

  3. Tara says:

    This sounds amazing, Susie! Good luck for tomorrow!
    Best Wishes,

  4. Lianne says:

    Wish I lived in London for this – sounds awesome! Have fun!
    Lianne x

  5. Sounds like fun!! Best of luck!
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  6. Kit says:

    I’m bringing my foldable fisherman’s chair.

  7. Rosie says:

    Oh wow. I have to be somewhere at 1pm, I really hope I can come early because this seems amazing!

  8. SJP says:

    I came to the last yard sale (well, the one 2010 anyway) and found some awesome bargains (http://tinyurl.com/8bnm6s7) I’d recommend going to this : )

  9. Diana says:


  10. Nut case.
    I can’t wait! xx

  11. Marcia says:

    Hi Susie. I’m just wondering if you will put your clothes for sale online, sometime in the distant future? I really like your style but I live across the Atlantic ocean, and since it’s not like I can just hop on a plane tomorrow I can’t go to these yard sales you have ‚òπ

  12. susie_bubble says:

    I like doing yard sales because it eliminates the boring and laborious process of listing everything, taking photos and making sure they’re well represented online. It’s always easier to sell something in person than it is to make it look good for online I think….
    I’ll think about it but for now, it’s just a lot easier (and frankly a lot more fun!) doing these yard sales….

  13. Noelle says:

    Sounds fun! Wish I could be there!

  14. Wish I were in London to partake too!

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  16. The Provoker says:

    When I read Balenciaga I got all giddy, hoping over tomorrow!

  17. Shakila j says:

    i m coming defo. too excited x

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  19. ttea says:

    I wish I were in London for this. I don’t know of any Canadian bloggers who do anything like this (and they certainly don’t have a style as interesting as yours).

  20. Kate Noir says:

    Hi Susie, I would like to know how often you make this kind of sales? And if it’s possible to join you?
    Best Regards,
    Kate Noir

  21. Anneka says:

    Hi Susie, it was really lovely to meet you and the other peeps this afternoon – still can’t believe I am now the proud owner of a pair of Nicholas Kirkwoods…for only ¬£50!

  22. Sapphire says:

    Wish I was in London. How great to have a yard sale that’s almost curated fashion exhibit, instead of people cleaning out the skeletons in their closet.

  23. Wenxin says:

    Susie! I’m the one who turned up very late and thumbed through your packed bags of clothes and was impressed by your Christopher Kane blush dress. You disappeared before I could say the following to you (and a goodbye). I wanted to say that having been a Style Bubble reader since its beginning, I think it is disproportional the number of times I have visited your blog vs. the number of times you have mine. So I wanted to show you my blog, it’s http://stylezeitgeist.blogspot.com

  24. Alice says:

    Sounds like a lot of fun, I wish I could be there also !

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    I agree with Alice. It seems so fun. How I wish to join in the fun too!

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