If you missed last weekend's vintage and handmade festival, The Big Heap, you're in luck. Junk in the Trunk is back to present their vintage market of the same name this Saturday at West World.
The market will feature over 100 vendors with "all of the chippy, rusty, vintage goodness we all love," says Lindsey Holt, part of the trio of "junk-loving" women who make up Junk in the Trunk. Some of the items available range from vintage dresses to one-of-a-kind furniture pieces and handmade jewelry, plus much more.
Early entry starts at 8 a.m. and will cost you $10 vs. the $5 for general admission starting at 9:30 a.m, in exchange for getting first dibs. Each shopper who purchases admission will be entered into a drawing to win one of three unique design spaces.
Junk in the Trunk's director of design, Chantelle LeFrancois, will be crafting spaces for shoppers to be inspired by before entering the market, says Holt. The winner of the admission drawing will be able to choose one of the spaces and take home all of the items inside.
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In addition to the drawing, the first 300 shoppers through the door will receive a Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market reusable shopping bag, says Holt.
Holt says they recommend bringing water, as it will be warm, and wear comfortable shoes. She also recommends bringing a large bag or cart to carry home all of your treasures. Make sure to bring plenty of cash, as many vendors do not accept credit cards.
Holt sent over some pictures of items that will be up for sale this Saturday, which you can check out after the jump ... For more information, see the Junk in the Trunk website.