Thanks for your interest in selling at Flea Style! Please note that each city requires a separate application due to varying venue terms and conditions. If you have questions, please visit our vendor faqs. Still interested? Awesome! Please follow the steps below to apply.
The Flea Style team reviews every single application and handpicks the makers and small businesses that best fit our mission – handmade, vintage and one-of-a-kind – and criteria. We have hundreds and hundreds of applicants and do our best to keep our shows well-rounded and unique.
Flea Style requires a $20 fee per late application.
*application fees do not apply to booth costs, if accepted
We are constantly in awe of our vendors’ stories. How one met a refugee woman and founded a business to help fund her new life in America. How one leather maker drives back and forth to Mexico to hawk beautiful handbags made in her home country. How our vendors meet at our events and collaborate on collections together and become lifelong friends.
These are the reasons we do what we do. We feel so fortunate to be a part of these hard working people’s lives and to be a small platform for them to dream, grow and flourish.
Our fall shows are going to be very special. The Dallas and Houston shows will be entirely centered around storytelling — vendor quotes throughout the venues, a kids’ library, a book drive, Alli Koch‘s book signing — and revealing how important shopping small is.
BlaineBowen.com | Dallas, Texas
“My favorite part of Flea Style is working with Brittany and her team and the event itself where we get to meet everyone and discover new brands! I love that it brings all of us likeminded creatives together and promotes supporting one another rather than competing. That can be difficult at trade shows, so the relaxed atmosphere is so refreshing! It’s great to do something that is so fun, while still being profitable. We had a blast! Cannot wait for the next one!”
Hazie Sue Vintage
Hazie Sue Vintage | Longview, Texas
“I feel like Hazie Sue was put on a new level after Flea Style. It’s hard coming from East Texas and people looking at you like you are nuts because the vintage clothing “trend” has not taken off as well here so getting to operate in a fully understood atmosphere is something I will forever be grateful for.”
Ruibal’s Plants of Texas
ruibals.com | Dallas, Texas
“Flea Style embodies the creativity, passion and community that we want our own customers to feel when visiting our store. We had high hopes for this show, and we were very pleased with the outcome. Not only did we make more money than expected but we made many connections with vendors and new customers. The people who shop at Flea Style are ones we want in our store. The community that Flea Style cultivates is what will bring us back every year. The creative community works only when we come together. We felt all the feels at Flea Style!”
The Gypsy Wagon
The Gypsy Wagon | Dallas, Texas
“Flea Style surpassed my expectations on several levels. First, the organizers were super organized and helpful. It was clear that the show-goers were excited to be there and that they came to actually shop. Overall, it felt like a professional show with professional customers. My rule of thumb to determine a successful show is that the show fee lands at about 10-15% of your sales. We felt great about our sales, and had a blast at the show.”
cherish.com/shop/sabonhome | Dallas, Texas
“The show always exceeds my expectations both personally and with the support of Flea Style. The hard work everyone from your team puts in is noticed and much appreciated. We see the changes each show to improve things both logistically and creatively for your vendors. What first drew me to Flea Style was the marketing. Having been a previous business owner of a chain of stores I could completely relate to your marketing efforts and how much goes into appealing to your market and you do a phenomenal job!”
shave face.com | Nashville, Tennessee
“The Flea Style fall show had the best traffic we’ve seen at a show thus far. We were one of the few male-centric experiences at the show, which was great for us! We also met a number of potential wholesale contacts as well as great PR potentials.”