Now that we're all starting to come out of lockdown and return to normality, some essentials are required. Sadly, for those of us that are available to work on location, shorts and pyjamas are no longer the norm.
Aside from this drastic change in fashion, with the majority of the sporting population now back in gyms, playing sport, and just being out and about, some new clothes could be in order.
Well, we're using the word 'new' here quite loosely because two sports flea markets - with social distancing measures in place - will be taking place in Dublin this weekend.
Oh yes, if you're looking to add to your collection of retro jerseys, this is definitely of interest.
That's because The Back Page in Phibsborough is hosting a flea market this Saturday before it moves across the Liffey to Dun Laoghaire's Lighthouse Bar on Sunday.
Who knows, maybe you'll be pick up that retro Chicago Bulls jersey from The Last Dance era?
The flea market is run by the jersey vendors Shirts v Skins and for those interested, the event starts at 10.30am on Saturday at The Back Page, and at the same time on Sunday at The Lighthouse Bar.
FYI, if anyone happens to stumble upon the France jersey from the 1984 World Cup at a knock-down price, we might just die from jealousy.
Take a look below for further information.
WARNING: 🕶️You may need protective eye-wear to go with your mask this weekend 😷as we have some face melting goalkeeper shirts at the Classic Shirt & Vintage Streetwear Market🌈 @onthebackpage July 25th
& @lighthousedl July 26th pic.twitter.com/6ItsDVmxIU
— shirtsVskins | Vintage Sportswear (@shirts_v_skins) July 20, 2020
Main image via The Back Page