Despite a lot of university and work stress this weekend I finally managed to pop by the Feschmarkt, if only for an hour. So I decided to put on some fesch clothes, step onto my fesch bike and drive to the Seifenfabrik. I absolutely love the fact that the market takes place in an old factory – this building holds so much charm and history it’s really lovely. By the way fesch is an Austrian term and basically means pretty or dressy.
Luckily we got to enjoy a little bit of sunshine while we were there and were able to roam around without our jackets on. Indian summer at its best! There were so many amazing exhibitors – I wish I had more money on me. If I wasn’t living the poor-student cliché at the moment I would definitely have gotten myself one of the amazing cacti-pots from frauklarer, the gorgeous necklaces from most likely or a super cute fuxherz shirt. That’s exactly why I don’t actually love going to the Feschmarkt = there are just too many pretty things to buy and I really really can’t afford that *sigh*.
What I did get was the amazing bag you can see on the pictures. It’s actually one of the “bloggers-only” designs and I instantly fell in love. Will definitely use this bag a lot. Also I find it really did compliment the look I was wearing, so thumbs up for that too.
The bag actually is one of their hyped “Wundertüten“, which are kind of always sold-out. For 15€ you get a bag (this year they said “objects in the mirror are fescher than they appear” & “bitte sich fescht zu halten” on the other side) filled with freebies from the exhibitors and local brands. Mine for example had coconut water, chocolate, tea, a book, stickers and other little goodies in it.
What do you think about my outfit? Have you ever been to the Feschmarkt in either Graz or Vienna?