I don't know about you, but I'm a sucker for finding incredibly unique items, whether it's clothing or knick knacks. Bonus points are necessary when those things are locally made. But who doesn't love knowing exactly who made their products and where they come from? If you're one of those people, then you're going to want to head to Unique LA's Spring market on May 13 and 14.
The Unique LA Spring Market that showcases a number of local vendors selling their art, designs, clothes, beauty products, and much more. Think of it as a huge "buy local" event. You'll find everything you could possibly want here, whether it's clothes, makeup, accessories, or purses — you name it, you'll find it. What's even better is that because these businesses are independently owned and operated, you'll likely find something you won't find anywhere else.
If you're planning on heading down to Downtown Los Angeles for this fun event for some shopping, or if you're like me and want to be creatively inspired, tickets are available online now for general admission at $15 or a VIP ticket, which gets you a goodie bag of things from vendors at $35.
Of course, an event like this can be overwhelming for anyone, so I've rounded up some of the brands to look out for.
You're bound to find some colorful tights and graphic prints at this shop.
2. Less Is More
Treat yourself with this adorably minimal brand Less is More.
3. The Balm Shop
These shea butter and coconut balms will be heavenly on your skin
4. March Like a Girl
Who needs to wait for another Women's March? With these tees, no one.
5. Beetle + Bones
These vegan, cruelty-free and plant-based soaps will make a colorful addition to your bathroom.
6. Clove & Ele
Need the perfect layering jewelry? Look no further.
7. Gravity LA
Look out for this brand's graphic tees. They're perfect for LA.
8. Lola Ade
If you need some ultimate statement jewelry, head to Lola Ade.
9. LB Love Organics
You'll find homemade, organic skincare at LB Love Organics.
10. The Handloom
If you've got more of a bohemian look, you'll definitely want to stop by at The Handloom.