Vintage Charlotte Summer Market returns this Saturday, May 12, at Camp North End.
Over 80 local and regional vendors will be attending VTGCLT, showcasing vintage, antique, and handmade goods including housewares, furniture, décor, clothing, jewelry and more.
No matter what you’re on the hunt for, I’ve created a cheat sheet for first-time goers to help score the perfect piece.
Check out my top five vendors below:
For the foodie:
EDIA Maps are not your ordinary travel guides. Founded by Amanda Fisher and Paul Bright, these comprehensive roadmaps cover everything, including all the breweries, fried chicken spots, barbecue joints in the Carolinas – and most recently, a Charlotte adventure guide.
For the green thumb:
Tierra Sol Studio has created a business dedicated to helping all aspiring green thumbs. The studio creates small batch ceramics, studio grown cacti, and terrariums for “plant killers who are plant lovers.”
For the tastemaker:
Reinvented Charlotte curates an impressive collection of reclaimed, upcycled furniture and handmade, locally sourced upholstery. From mid-century modern credenzas to plush armchairs, Reinvented Charlotte has the perfect timeless piece that can update your modern home.
For the fashionista:
Make sure to check out Rachel of Vintage Shenanigans for frocks and frills! From patterned sundresses to woven basket bags, they’ll have a unique outfit to rock this summer.
For the beauty queen:
And don’t forget to check out tips directly from founder Amy Herman here.
With past markets exceeding 4,000 customers in one day, these tips will help you dodge the crowds and get right to the good stuff!
The 2018 Vintage Charlotte Summer Market happens this Saturday, May 12 at Ford Building at Camp North End (1776 Statesville Avenue). Early bird entry ($7) opens at 10 a.m. while general admission ($2) begins at 11 a.m. Shopping lasts until 5 p.m.