One day, a man in Los Angeles came up with the clever and risky idea to create a whole brand new flea market in the huge city of angels. The flea market would be held at the parking lot of Dodgers Stadium, overlooking the gorgeous backdrop of downtown Los Angeles. New and Crafty Items as well as Vintage and Antique Collectibles would be made available to shoppers. Fantastic finds, new and old, could be found, and their prices would be both desirable and affordable. There would be live music at this event. The Salvation Army would offer items at a 50% reduced price (as if their prices weren’t already cheap enough). Celebrities would cruise the market, and Rick Dees would be there to say Hello. This market, he decided, would be called...The LA Flea Market.
Guess who was a part of this fun-tastic event?! Yes, yours truly, BETTER THAN NAKED! Among 400+ vendors, our forever favorite Dollhouse Republic was there, too! Although it was a sweltering hot day, we had a great time. We met new people, we scratched the heads of many panting dogs and offered them ice cold water while they basked in the shade with their owners. We offered 3 crates full of rare vintage vinyl records at an astounding $3 each or 4 for $10. Vintage purses were going for as low as 5 bucks. Vintage and retro jewelry flew out as low as $3. And the clothes? What clothes? We’re practically all out! Retro Nash roller skates? All gone. With cute and funny vintage mugs at only $3, we were practically wiped out!
While we didn't get the chance to do too much exploring, we did manage to get out and see some cool stuff in the vintage and antique sections. Our hearts melted (not from heat) at the sight of the refurbished vintage and antique furniture by Antique Rose Show.