The vision of the Denver Flea is “to change the way people think of a flea market; to build a unique and enjoyable retail experience (physical and online) where people can discover a quality selection of retailers and enjoy themselves in a fun and energetic atmosphere.” Well, I can personally say that the vision has been achieved. Coming from Memphis, Tennessee, the first thing that pops in my head when I think of a flea market is, “Ew!” Well, not after this weekend in City Park. This fun and festive landmark was full of crafts, clothes, jewelry, art, decor and more. It more than exceeded my expectations. From the slew of food trucks to the line of fashion trucks, this event was simply dope. I truly look forward to the next flea in December that will take place at a secret location.
Of course, we had to spot the most fashionable Mile Highers and highlight some of their style details. The constant was comfort. Everyone was trendy but comfortable enough to weather whatever the Denver weather gods sent our way.
All photos are courtesy of Noah Berg for 303 Magazine.
Owner of Meraki Moon, Sophia, looked great in a flowy top paired with gladiator sandals.
Madison rocked pieces from the Buffalo Exchange and we just loved the festival vibes she served.
We stopped by the Patterns and Pop Fashion Truck and found Sam looking sporty but cute!
Lindsey from The Street Boutique also looked amazing in her trendy, denim skirt.
Summer ready, Erin rocked an adorable maxi dress paired with a fun fedora.
Evan B. from Ratio donned a linen, plaid Ratio shirt to keep cool.
We can’t forget about man’s best friends. This is Mamie and she rocked a handmade bandana from Ellie & Argyle.
Rachel from Harper Made handmade her beautiful kimono and belt. She was also rocking vintage combat boots from her mom.
Erin Ferries wore a gorgeous hat from the Boulder Flea. We also loved her chambray dress from Rustic Thread.
The men were out to play as well. Zach from Throne Watches looked dope in his ACME jeans; the watch was the perfect accessory.
Jessica’s Fancy Tiger sunglasses caught our eye from across the park.
Craig looked cool and comfy in his Poler hat and Levi jeans.
Guess who is too cool for school? This adorable monster. Matteo was loving his shirt from Etsy.
Alexandra sported bottoms from Buffalo Exchange and sporty sneakers.
Danny came ready for the Denver heat wearing an H&M shirt and Volcom shorts.
Nicole donned a festive romper and hat that she copped online.
Adeline was the most adorable, fashion forward creature to be seen a the Denver Flea.
Aaron wore a hat given to him by a friend that skates for Vans. How cool is that!