STYLISH items from decades gone will be on offer at a vintage event in Stourbridge.

Shoppers can kit out their wardrobe, home and music collection with items from their chosen era at Kiki & Honey's Vintage & Retro Fair on Saturday September 13.

Stourbridge's PDSA shop have been stashing away a selection of items for their charity stall and Mary Stevens Hospice's Retrospective shop will be bringing along some choice goodies.

There will also be crochet taster sessions, a pop-up hair and beauty salon, vinyl records stall, refreshments and a seamstress on hand to tailor any outfits there and then.

The fair will run from 11am to 4pm at St Thomas's Church Hall, Market Street.

Maria Kaye, who has organised the event with her friend Ella Gardiner, said: "We feel that vintage is popular as it’s an alternative to what the retail giants want to sell us.

"People often want to show their individuality and not follow fashion - vintage enables you to wear something more unique and special, and you will often find a one-off that no-one else has."