The De Anza College Flea Market is the first Saturday of every month and also one of the biggest flea markets in the South Bay. While I don't get the chance to go often, it's always a fun time whenever I visit. From vintage goods to potted plants and used books, this flea market is definitely full of interesting knick knacks. Though there were tons of awesome things, I didn't end up picking anything up. Instead, I do have a bunch of pictures to share ^^ Enjoy!
The flea market spans at least 3 parking lots at the college!
Tons, and I mean tons, of random stuff. I wish my room wasn't so cluttered already or I would have picked up some things to use as decor.
Probably my favorite booth. This guy was literally selling the most random things - from clothes to designer handbags to dartboards. You name it, he probably has it!
Tons of jewelry!! Has anyone bought vintage earrings before? I saw some nice pairs, but there's a certain ick factor for me when I think of wearing used earrings...
Very cute boutique-in-a-truck. There things were more understandably expensive, though, since it's new items.
Saw lots of vintage designer shoes, too. Adore the nude Ferragamo flats, but the size was WAY too big :(
And that's all! Luckily it wasn't too chilly that weekend because I had such a great time just shopping around. I'm definitely going to come back next month. Do any of you like thrifting, and where do you go for your second-hand goodies? Let me know if you've found any one-of-a-kind gems through thrifting in the comments! If you'd like, tweet me @mildlyfree on Twitter or follow me @mildlyfree on Instagram.