Vintage

Today I was hanging out around Laugarvegur like a real Reykjavík local. Had coffee at Tiu droppar, which is a cozy little hole in the wall place Dagný suggested, and then over to Oðinsgata to get my hair done by my second cousin. I did not get lossed, I did not get a ticket, and think actually I am getting more and more to feel at home in Reykjavík.

It helps a lot that in addition to all the pricey shops along Laugarvegur, there are also a few good vintage clothing shops. I think it is nice, when people decide to take the old clothes they are not really wearing, and give those clothes a chance to have a new life with a new owner. Some of my favorite pieces of clothes are vintage, actually. And I have also put some of my old clothes in consignment shops and vintage shops in Berkeley.

Yep, Telegraph Avenue and Laugarvegur have more in common than I thought.

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Anonymous said…
og þú bankaðir ekki upp á hjá okkur? Næst, takk!
Hildigunnur said…
og tíu dropar er með þriðja besta heita súkkulaði í bænum...
Ef þú átt leið um Selfoss þá er mjög skemmtileg vintage búð þar. Hosiló heitir hún og er við aðalgötuna, rétt hjá Guðnabakaríi (eða eitthvað svoleiðis) Bara svo allt sé á hreinu: ég á ekkert í búðinni og græði ekkert á henni ;-)
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Lissy said…
Gaman að vita af bæði Tíu dropar og aðra vintage buð í Selfossi! Takk fyrir, stelpur!

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