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Miami Flea Market | First Impressions

This was my first time to Miami Flea Market, and as a foreigner living in Miami it was the perfect way to find out about a variety of local businesses. The event had an eclectic bohemian vibe amplified by a live band and the bewitching mixture of incense and grilled food in the air. It was also well attended by dogs and their owners.  I saw the most massive Neapolitan Mastiff. It was quite the charmer but very large and in charge. Lots of brands caught my eye at the flea market but three really stood out. Zoom blooms is a mobile flower shop with gorgeous floral arrangements for as low as $5. Of course the flower child in me could not get enough of this booth.

Bags From Beyond was my second favorite vendor. They carry bags that are perfect for backpack travelers. Looking at the bags I could imagine myself backpacking around Morocco. What fascinated me most is that all the bags are handmade in the Himalayas and Peru. Click here to check out their Etsy shop. Serendipity was the cutest all pink ice-cream truck. I didn't get any but it looked really good. I'll have to try some next time. I also really liked the collection of clothing and accessories that Airstream Boutique carried, even though it claimed to be a 1963 capsule but to me had a more modern than vintage feel.

 The final highlights of the Miami Flea for me were the henna tattoo artist and the great variety of lunch spots. Since this was my first time I don't have many useful tips other than to bring an outdoor chair if you can. This event happens frequently and you can click here to find out when the next one is.  I met up with some other amazing Miami bloggers and I'll link some of their blogs here: Rebeca of GoldiesBeautyQ and Kat of PersianKitty Kat . They are really awesome girls and I'm sure you'll love their blogs.

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Adrienne Justine


  1. Thanks for coming out! OMG I missed the henna artist. Next time ;)

  2. I love markets!!! I'm so excited to be living in a bigger city now where we have proper ones, and not just tiny farmers markets which-as cute as they are-aren't particularly interesting

  3. I definitely dream about going to this party place again. The live music at venue New York was an added bonus, providing a backdrop for the fun hours spent imbibing, tasting, and chatting up with the breweries and beer distributors.