Miss Lady Lace

Perth's very own pinup queen, burlesque artist, producer, & blogger.

Rockafella’s Retro Mini Market

Hello lovelies!

On Sunday just this weekend passed I visited one of my favourite stores for a mini market day they hosted! Rockafella’s Retro is beautiful store located on Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley, that sells retro and true vintage items from trinkets to furniture. I’ve bought countless beautiful true vintage items including a set of scales, gum-ball machine, 1950’s atomic dining suite and so more!

Rockafella’s window display!

Rockafella’s window display!


All the beautiful vintage radios!


The mini market they hosted was the first of it’s kind at their store, it brought together a bunch of fabulous small businesses including Della Photography, and Purr Imagination, as well a couple others. There were free cupcakes and drinks, lots of beautiful people to keep you company as well as all the beautiful items available for sale!

The beautiful Maria Mayhem browsing.

The beautiful Maria Mayhem browsing.

Sian’s beautiful handmade aprons.

Sian’s beautiful handmade aprons.


Cupcakes galore!

Cupcakes galore!


I adore the scallop chairs that go with this beautiful table, and more cupcakes!


Myself and another beautiful lady.

Myself and another beautiful lady.


For this fabulous day I wore a beautiful dress I bought from Burlesque Baby, coupled with a secondhand cardigan, a vintage belt, and hair flower from Daisy Jean Floral!


If you’ve not visited Rockafella’s Retro, or haven’t popped in to see the wonderful new owner Sian, you shouldn’t definitely pay them a visit!

More vintage blogs coming real soon!

Much love,

Burlesque Artist | Pinup Model | Vintage Blogger


2 comments on “Rockafella’s Retro Mini Market

  1. Devinne S.
    June 3, 2015

    I love antiques stores! I actually used to work in one, and I miss it so much. By the way, your outfit is killer!

    • Miss Lady Lace
      June 4, 2015

      That would have been such a fabulous job! When I was younger I applied for heaps of antique stores as jobs but sadly never got any of them, I love my job now though so I shouldn’t complain. And thank you! ❤

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