Cafe Living Room hosts vintage sale

Cafe Living Room hosts vintage sale

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Ladies, brace yourselves for a selection of skirts, blouses, dresses, jackets, scarves and bags fashionable from the late 1800s through to the 1990s. From February 16 to 19, a four day boutique vintage clothing sale will be held in the city.

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A model shows off a vintage dress, which will be on sale from Feb 16 to 19.

The conference room at Cafe Living Room on Street 306 will be transformed into a Victorian-era-style open wardrobe.

“Each item has been selected for its quality fabric, superior condition, style and vintage authenticity, and is a unique one-off piece sure to add a touch of glamour and originality to your Phnom Penh wardrobe,” said organiser Amanda Bloom on the sale’s Facebook page.

“There is a certain beauty to authentic vintage, a time tested glamour that adds a depth and character. There will be something for everyone. There will be healthy sized men’s sections, so girls bring your boyfriends.”

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