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L.A. Farmers Market Shoppers Love Vintage Silhouettes & Superior Craftsmanship

There's no shortage of quirky style inspiration in Hollywood.

L.A. Farmers Market Shoppers Love Vintage Silhouettes & Superior Craftsmanship
Dana Goldstein

Welcome to Coveteur's latest series, Farmers Market Run. As endless fans of personal style, Coveteur editors are forever curious about what people are wearing and how they're wearing it. In pursuit of style inspiration this summer, we’re heading across the country to various farmers markets—one of our favorite spots for people-watching!—to uncover off-duty style in its truest form: supporting local purveyors and buying groceries.

At the Hollywood Farmers Market in Los Angeles, California, patrons weren't adorned in today's commonplace popular brands (aside from the occasional Target tank). Whereas farmers market shoppers in Austin, Texas, exhibited a penchant for Reformation and Aritzia, those in L.A. displayed a respect for vintage silhouettes and superior craftsmanship. Think: artisanal trousers from Peru, intricately-printed dresses from India, and a handmade crochet crop top from Colombia. The styling mimicked this same dedication to creativity. One man paired his seemingly utilitarian kilt with a blue and white short-sleeve shirt and combat boots. Another woman contrasted a red vintage frock with chunky white Keen sandals. Intrigued yet?

Continue scrolling for a snapshot of the street style in the City of Angels—a mix of eclecticism and utility in a sea of color and print—and find more farmers market style inspiration from NYC, Chicago, and Austin here.

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