Denver Flea hosted their third annual holiday party bringing in vendors and stylish flea-goers all weekend long. They set up their 11th pop-up marketplace on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the old Sports Castle building located at 1000 Broadway Street. With three levels filled with vendors, craft beer, cocktails and food the place was filled with holiday cheer and stylish outfits. This year’s attendees dressed warm for the chilly occasion, but nevertheless their outfits did not disappoint.
All photography by Kyle Cooper.
“My look would be holidays. I wanted something super festive and fun,”said Brielle.
“I’m going to a disco party after this and it’s the holiday season … I’m going to another party after that so they’re my party pants,” Lauren said.
“I don’t like cats at all, but I like animal patterns,” said Stephanie while mentioning she got her look from H&M.
Ariel decided on this look after finding inspiration from Christmas and the Flea.
“I follow a lot of rock ‘n’ roll musicians and I love that look of like Scott Weiland or Mick Jagger,” Andrew said.
Ashley and Shannon dressed for warmth and were glad they did with the 20 degree weather and having to walk to their Uber driver because he got lost.
“Three years ago I bought this for a Christmas party. I found it at Goodwill … it’s Ralph Lauren from the ’90s, no big deal. I just wish it flashed,” Kelly said.
Caroline, Sheldon, Ann and Ethan rocked their cozy seasonal outfits that were inspired by life. Sheldon handmade his Broncos hat sporting his Colorado pride.
“I love Christmas so much, I don’t decorate for any holiday except for Christmas so the second Thanksgiving is over I just go crazy,” Lyndsey said.
Katie and Benjamin found the perfect thrift store inspired look.
“Waking up in the morning and elastic waistbands inspired my look,” Seth said.
Josh and Kayleen dressed for warmth and comfort.
“I wanted something that could show the neckline of the necklaces. I’ll put on different pieces throughout the day to show people how they look and the lower neckline allows them to see it,” said Gemma with Black Betty Jewelry Design.
Chelsea and Matt chose to stay warm and rock their stylish coats to the Flea. “I’m kind of like a hybrid of professional and outdoors, I tried to combine the two,” Matt said.
Until next time, Denver Flea!