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Fair Warning: This Vintage Pop-Up Is Going To Be A Free-For-All!

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    While hunting for fabulous vintage duds is half the fun (wearing 'em is the other half, of course!) sometimes the search quickly goes from exhilarating to exhausting in seconds flat. Everyone's been there: You enter a thrift shop or flea market only to be overwhelmed by the mediocre merch. Hey, that's the risk us vintage-lovers take each and every time we embark on a shopping excursion.

    Well, what if we told you that for one day only, your fave boho brand was going to curate a special selection of vintage wares, just for L.A. folks? Get your wallets ready, because Free People will be hosting a Vintage Loves pop-up event in its Hollywood outpost. Boasting the best one-of-a-kind dresses, jewels, and cardigans the company could get its hands on, this sale is a must for those of you who love nothing more than a great pre-loved find. Think stunning slips that double as sexy evening attire, and granny chic pearls that will go perfectly with your fall layers.

    Everything will be marked down to $25, $50, or $100, and we've got a sneak peek of what'll be on the racks come Saturday. But, like any vintage event, the goods will be gone in a flash, so make sure to arrive early and ready to fight for that '50s frock!

    When: Saturday, October 27, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
    Where: Free People, 1520 North Cahuenga Boulevard (near Sunset Boulevard); 323-465-1861.

    Photo: Via Free People

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