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Rock Follies Vintage "The Studio Years"

The first of November brings some big changes at Rock Follies Vintage, I started the business in 2009 whilst still in a full time job, it has evolved over the years from a travelling stall, a pop up shop, to a premises when I opened the Shop in Worcester in 2012.

2020 was always meant to be a decision year for the business, as my tenancy lease expires I have decided that next year the business will again evolve and move on. Many of you will know that my partner and I bought and moved into a big old Edwardian House last year, it is a great back drop for my Vintage Stock, and you know what, we love it, and I am going to bring Rock Follies Vintage home.

It’s going to be so sad to close the Worcester Shop however it has always been a business to me not a hobby, and it has to work to go forward. Times are different the High Street is different, and I have to have to change and reinvent in response to these changes if I want Rock Follies Vintage to go forward.

November is all change with Lockdown 2.0 just days away so, the New Website is up and running I still have loads of stock to add to it so keep checking in if you are looking for sustainable original fashion you will not be disappointed. In fact loads of gorgeous dresses went on today, along with my range of Scrabble Jewellery which make a quirky gift.

So you will still be able to purchase from Rock Follies Vintage. I will also have more time to hunt out the Vintage treasures.

When I reopen the shop after lockdown, I have a lot of stock that that I will not have room for in “The Studio” and I will be selling this off at Sale Prices mostly 50% off, ( if we are able to open again in December.)

Despite the uncertainty that s facing us all It’s an exciting time with lots of ideas planed for the new year, the new way, but for now we just have to get through this year and the challenges it has certainly brought to us all.

Keep Safe

Lynda Case

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