10 Killer Fall Outfits Found At The Flea Market

Photographed by Jacqueline Harriet.
The best flea-market finds are unexpected, special, and spark inspiration as soon as you lay your eyes on them. But we’re not just referring to the ornate, antique mirror that now hangs in your living room or the gently loved fringed leather jacket in your closet. A lot of the time, our fellow flea-goers catch our attention as much as the merch itself.

So together with ALDO, we compiled some of the coolest outfit inspiration we gleaned from the treasure hunters at the Brooklyn Flea. It’s no surprise that those with a knack for seeking out the unique also excel when it comes to personalizing their sartorial POV. Ahead, 10 street style looks that could change your wardrobe — no price haggling required.
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You can still get away with some bare extremities during the last leg (see what we did there?) of warm fall weather — especially when you double up with a coordinating jacket.
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This look shines for incorporating multiple micro trends in one: bandana neckerchiefs, page-boy caps, and suede jackets.
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Super-oversized, tortoise-printed circle frames: a seasonless sunnies trend that always makes a power statement.
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All-white monochrome adapts for fall weather with multiple layers of the crisp shade. When the temps continue to take a dive, simply slip into the sweater instead of tying it around your waist and add a thick, textured overcoat in the same shade.
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Winterize your accessories before you do your clothing with felt hats and bright, reflective lenses liken to ski goggles.
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In deep hues, even some of the most unexpected colors can mesh together harmoniously — marigold and purple for starters.
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Coat commitment issues? Start by just draping it over your ensemble.
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Pair your Canadian tuxedo with a loafers-and-quirky-socks combo.
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Is it a graphic print that tones down the elegance of a damask pattern, or does her coat dress up this jeans-and-tee combo?
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Chunky sweaters and overalls are the new crop tops and overalls. Sorry, summer.
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