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This pocket-sized shop is stocked by Gallic owner Margot Waggoner with sweet sailorette dresses and bleached cotton petticoats. If you’re a bit crafty, you can buy a sweet little lace collar from here and sew it on to a plain dress to make it your own. There are also lots of collectible items that look like they’ve been raided from a 1950s Parisian larder; cute rusty tins and vintage bits and bobs which would make perfect gifts for the kind of people who would never throw anything away.
Venue name: Leftovers
Address: Unit 71
Brixton Village
Cross street: Fourth Avenue
Opening hours: Open 11am-5.30pm Tues; 11am-2.30pm Weds; 11am-10pm Thurs; 11am-8.30pm Fri-Sat; 11am-5pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Brixton tube
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Darlinda M

I am counting the days to reach London City on the 24th April 2014.  I will spend the most time there and keep it as the most memorable moment in my live for outbound tour.  Is there any pocket-shop who does for souvenir like 'Leftover' is doing? I am thinking to bring back some souvenirs for my kids and husband left behind in Malaysia.  In London City, I shall stay in a budget hotel within Paddington.

Overall, I like this site as I can read from people with real experience for more ideas while I am there.  I want read more advice and experience from everybody with the story touch of London City.

Aline Buck

Great site ! Gave me lots of ideas in what to do in my day out in London wih my friend !

guendolyn bell

very original,exceptionally different from most shops that call themselves vintage and are just sad old second hand shops,a lot of them have lost the meaning of vintage,which I believe should bring an atmosphere of been transported into a different era bringing the mood,art and history back alive,which I believe you're managing,keep it up,well done,.I'm originally from chile latin america,have now moved back to chile,would like to hear from you all,again best of luck