Because everyone needs some retail therapy sometimes
Tell me about the organisers
Who is the organiser?
What is WastedChic?
What is Charmskool?
Tell me about the pop up
What was the venue like?
Who were the traders?
Got home with a bunch of business cards for some nice new shopping places!!
“Low stake events, come as you are, no pressure on dress code!”Ellisha
Reign of Sovereignty
“LBB (Le Boutique Bazaar) was my first one, and when i found out about Charmskool I loved it, and it felt so much like a community”Zoë Atiko
BOUND UK – Lovely and accessible harnesses for all
FUBAR TREASURE – Quirky shop! The earrings on the right are made with offcuts pieces from the paddles!
“Friendly and motivated, with a nice mix crowd of people, and a lot of newbies”Rob
House of Hysteria
“Spicy, kinky, sense of community, with cocktails and workshops”B (aka Beatrice)
“Social, easy, you can sit and chat, have a drink, and a lot less pressure than a munch.”Kerris Spencer
Avelina De Moray – It certainly does pleases the goth in me.
Broke Boutique – Some bling bling harnesses.
And it's a wrap!
“People tend to feel intimidated by BDSM, but it’s actually where communication and consent are the most respected”Anonymous shopper
Bonus picture of penises 🙂
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