230Ventured out to a new (for me) flea market this past Sunday, the Torrance Antique Street Faire. (Takes place the 4th Sunday every month) I had a great time at this small yet bountiful flea market! It was super easy to get there from my part of Los Angeles with easy, free street parking. The market takes place in the original, downtown section of the city of Torrance, so in addition to the market there are lots of quaint shops, old school architecture, and mom and pop restaurants. A great way to spend a Sunday morning! Also enjoyed this market because it was smaller in size and easy to feel like I got a good look at almost everything and didn’t have to commit the whole day to trolling through hundreds of booths.

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Here are 3 photos of the items I bought. Found some awesome 60s, 70s and 80s jewelry! jewels Bought 2, vintage Vogue, designer patterns! One is Pucci and the other is Guy Laroche!238

Hit the arm party jackpot with these fabulous, 1970s bangles from Monet and Trifari!arm party

So, if you live in Los Angeles or are visiting, check out the Torrance Flea Market! It is held the 4th Sunday of the month. It’s a nice break from the Rose Bowl flea market which I love, but it is a bigger time commitment. Also, the prices on the merchandise here were very good and affordable! And, there was lots of good vintage jewelry. Let me know if you go – I’d love to see what you find!

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