Flea Style Returns to Dallas Market Hall

The expertly curated pop-up will feature 220 vendors plus concessions, bars, free crafts, live DJ spins, a photo booths and so much more.

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Flea Style is back, and will be transporting shoppers to the souks of Morocco.

Throughout the boho-chic decorated space at Dallas Market Hall, 220 vendors will display their handmade, vintage and one-of-a-kind goods across a range of categories including art, fashion, home decor, jewelry, handbags, pet gear, paper goods, men’s products, kids’ items and gift-worthy curios.

Participating vendors hail from all over Texas, with a focus on Dallas-area small businesses and makers that include Keeka Collection (gorgeous global textiles), Ramble Apparel (unique screen-printed tees), Breda Watches (beautiful classic timepieces), Piegology Vintage (cool throwback threads), Harris Vintage (eclectic vintage home goods) and The Little Bird Co. (farmhouse-chic hand-lettered signs).

The spring show kicks off with a special VIP night Friday April 6th from 5-9 p.m. Three hundred VIP ticket holders are invited to shop early while enjoying gratis cocktails and Sprinkles cupcakes, swag bags and a free signed copy of Maryam Montague’s Marrakesh by Design coffee table book – plus first dibs on all products, of course!

Saturday the main event kicks off as thousands of eager shoppers descend on Dallas Market Hall for their chance to score great deals on artisan goods. Between browsing all of the booths, attendees are invited to explore other activities and free perks including a vintage camper photo booth, craft stations and a nail art pop up by Color Street. Scout Design Studio is outfitting the Flea Style bar/lounge with their beautiful mix of bohemian furnishings and author Desha Peacock is traveling into town to sign copies of her book, Your Creative Work Space, and to teach a workshop on creating vision boards for your business and brand.

That’s a lot, but there’s still more! A Starbucks mobile cart will be slinging hot beverages all day while concessions will offer delicious food, beer, wine and cocktails.

Shoppers won’t want to miss the exciting giveaways, which include a two-night stay at the Belmont Hotel; a $2,000 bohemian living room makeover featuring a rug, macramé light fixture, Kantha throw and more; five $100 gift cards plus first access to the new Flea Style store opening this spring; and a three-month WeWork membership.

Flea Style was founded in 2009 by former lifestyle editor Brittany Cobb, who utilized her keen eye and local relationships to feature products from the best artisans in Texas. Nine years later, the Southwest’s preeminent pop-up has continued to grow each year, offering shoppers the best selection of handmade, vintage and one-of-a-kind goods.

“When I first started Flea Style, I could never have imagined it would take off like it has,” said Cobb. “It’s a testament to the hundreds of talented artisans across Texas—as well as our state’s stylish citizens—that we’ve been able to expand into twice-yearly shows in multiple cities. We’re constantly amazed at what is made right here in Texas, and it’s an honor to have the opportunity to showcase it under one roof.”

Flea Style takes place April 6-7 at Dallas Market Hall (2220 North Stemmons Freeway). The first 100 shoppers will receive a complimentary tote bag filled with cool swag. General admission tickets are just $5, and VIP tickets run $40. Parking is free. To bypass the entrance line, tickets may be purchased in advance at shopfleastyle.com.

Flea Style is happy to announce that it is once again partnering with the Belmont Hotel. The property is offering a special room rate of $129. Interested parties should call the hotel directly, or book online using promo code FLEASTYLE.

For more information, please visit fleastyle.com, and to keep up with the latest developments, check out the blog at fleastyle.com/blog.


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