Brooklyn Flea

I’ve been working my butt off trying to get new items done for the BUST Craftacular (December 6th! Mark your calendars), so this is just a little outfit post from our day at the Brooklyn Flea. We sold a lot of goodies, ate a lot of great food (Whimsy & Spice, Red Hook Lobster, Pizza Moto!) and caught up with friends. I even ran into Mr. Newton, who asked to take some quick shots of my outfit. Lucky for me, since I didn’t have any for the blog. See more at mrnewton.net. Thanks, Eddie!

The Brooklyn Flea is one of my absolute favorite places to visit on the weekend, and I’m sad this was the last outdoor one until Spring. They will have a holiday market in Manhattan and then move indoors in Dumbo until the weather is warmer. I’m sure I’ll still visit the indoor market but I can’t wait until the outdoor ones open up again. See you next Spring, Brooklyn Flea!

Outfit Details:
green coat – Zara
peter pan top – Beacon’s Closet
Ruffled skirt – Postlapsaria
tights – TJ Maxx
shoes – Payless

-Keiko Lynn

p.s. If you enjoy street style blogs, add Mr. Newton to your list. You’ve probably seen his photos on refinery29 and Style Sightings – now he has his own blog.

Taken from a recent post: “There are so many beautiful and fashionable girls wandering around New York and other fashion capitals…and most of them are not models, but just normal girls going about their daily business…the street muses. I really appreciate each and every one of them and the effort they make towards making our cities better (cooler, prettier, more interesting) places to live.”

Maybe that’s why I enjoy his blog so much; it’s a little more relatable than some of its counterparts that I frequent.

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  1. So cute! I looked at Mr. Newton's blog and, jeez, girl, that smile is all kinds of adorable.

    I think knowing you're having a booth at the BUST Craftacular might be the boost I need to make the trek into the city. I'm really loving the peter pan collared tent dresses you've been making lately!

  2. Keiko, I know you probably dont know me but I used to read your LJ and occasionally comment since early 2007. I was a high school freshman then and you inspired me SO much, I remember waking up on cold winter mornings and reading your journal and just aspiring to be half as amazing and sweet as you are. Im having nostalgia right now just thinking about it 🙂

    Anyways, I wasnt very "cool" and reading your LJ and Bobbys LJ made me feel like I belonged. Cheesy I know. You also inspired me to get crafty and I've been DIYing since,. You are beautiful, intelligent and everything in between and thank you so much for everything even if you didnt know how much it directly affected me. You're the best 🙂

    PS: I was always rooting for you and Bobby, you fit together like pieces in a puzzle! It makes me smile 🙂

    A loyal reader

  3. I've been following your blog for some time now but I didn't comment on any of your posts yet.
    Anyways, I think you have quite a unique style and and your outfits are always interesting!
    This one is very cute too! Love the color of that coat! And the dress is adorable!! 🙂

  4. Great outfit you are showing here ! I am glad I have discovered your blog thanks to another French blogger. Here, in my small city, we can't find much of the New-York spirit. People are much more conservative about fashion.