Weekly Photo Challenge: One shot two ways – AllSaints Spitalfields

This store in Boston on Newbury Street caught my attention with all of the antique sewing machines in the window; this is a window display!  The store is a British fashion retailer headquartered in – you guessed it – Spitalfields, London, UK.  They sell men and women’s clothing and I wish I had gone in there to see.  I’ve read it’s supposed to be quite interesting and nice.  Next time for sure.

(These shots were taken at night while strolling down Newbury St.)

Spitalfields 1w Spitalfields 2w

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22 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: One shot two ways – AllSaints Spitalfields

  1. Ingrid says:

    Funny that you would post this photo today….I’ve spent the last two days in front of a sewing machine making new window treatments for the RV. My how the machines have changed over the years. Unique display!

  2. The Dose of Reality says:

    Love the antique sewing machines! What an interesting display!!

  3. trininista says:

    That surely would catch my eye. Very unique.

  4. DeDivahDeals says:

    Wow, I still have an old sewing machine (60’s) but not quite as old as these.

  5. dhphotosite says:

    I have got to say that is the coolest window display I have ever seen. Your photos at night really do it justice! Well done!!!

  6. Such a fantastic picture 🙂

  7. ChgoJohn says:

    Nicely done, Teri. Where ever did they find so many antique sewing machines?

  8. Great display , great photos! Sara

  9. Great window display and fabulous photos!

  10. Great photos! I love these old singer sewing machines, I have one myself that I inherited from my grandmother.

  11. What a cool sight! No wonder you were compelled to memorialize this find. I think the BW is my favorite, but the color shots are evocative, too.

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