‘Rokit’ in Brick Lane (101/107 (E1 6SE) is by far one of my top places to shop and guarantee to find something! (therefore avoid at all costs when broke) 

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Following up on my latest trip- I was rather successful. 

I found a gorgeous pair of real leather  boots in the smaller Rokit- made in Italy with lace up hook detail. I bought these for only £20, the condition of them is flawless .


Yes, they are a size too small. But the slight discomfort is so worth it.

I also picked up an item from ‘Rokit Recycled’, where clothing is altered and adjusted in their warehouse. ( I like the thread on the tag too much to open it but it has details about the item and who made it on there)


I found this black velvet coat with a thick fur trim (which had been added on from another coat). It cost me 35pounds and I’ve worn it pretty much everyday since. Yes, it’s my new baby.

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Their sale also had some hidden gems- some tops are reduced to as little as £3. I bought a teal turtle neck with a zip down the back (£3). I don’t usually go for any other colour but black, but I was feeling adventurous.


As soon as I thought I had found enough for the one shop, the girl opposite me (yes she is completely to blame) picked up a high neck sleeveless vest with silver flecks. After hanging around for ten minutes in hope she put it down- she did. I grabbed it, tried it on and sadly it looked great. (muhaha) I wore it in the evening over  a black strapless bodycon dress and doc martins, the ten pounds was worth it.

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I spent a grand total of £68 pounds, but compared to street prices I got way more for my money, especially as the price included a coat and leather boots.

I tried to resist the urge of going into the bigger Rokit further down- knowing I had been so successful in the little one alone. Unfortunately, my willpower wasn’t strong enough but it did lead me to my favourite purchase… every cloud and all that.

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No picture can capture the beauty of this top (cheese but true), but it is sheer and completely embellished in black beads. I nearly chocked when I saw it was a tenner. I’m still trying to find the fault because it was so cheap, maybe it will unravel after I  wear it more than once?

Goodbye fellow goat, come back for a nose soon.

please do feel free to contact the goat further… vintage_goat@yahoo.co.uk


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