The Car Boot Survival Guide

Updated on Jun 24, 2008

Comments (7)

sofs on October 06
Which carboot sales do you recommend in London? x
TiffanyIma on June 25
Carboot huh? Is that like a flea market?
kirstylee on June 30
yeah i think it's pretty much the same thing.
helenz (@helenzhu) on June 24
great touch with the picture of the boy!
kirstylee on June 30
thanks. i'm surprised he was so happy to oblige.
audreyyy on June 24
love the skirt. love your blog!
kirstylee on June 30
thanks so much
homme on June 24
Great tips! A trick I learned to approximate your waist size is by wrapping the waistline of trousers/jeans/etc around your neck--it should meet perfectly for a good fit. Please bring me the next time you go. P.S. Your boyfriend should post on Chictopia!
kirstylee on June 30
ah i must try that. i don't think bf is likely to joing chictopia. may be able to feature him again though...
SaraLouise on June 24
I have been looking to go to a good carboot for ages! which one did you go too? Great tips about sizing by the way!
kirstylee on June 30
i went to battersea car boot sale. it's on every weekend. definitely check it out, but be prepared for the most hectic experience of your life!
tubemouse on June 24
Good tips. Plus, your boyfriend reminds me of a young Julian Barratt in that jumper. Win.

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