Minneapolis: Vintage Caravan has pulled into Seward

Dawn Winter and Cara Fazio found themselves with an abundance of vintage clothing, costume jewelry, and decor. After a conversation with Dawn Lee (owner of the former Donut Co-op), the two found out she still had a lease on the building. They asked to use the space, and the Vintage Caravan Pop-Up was born.

Sale dates are limited – so if you’re a vintage fan, be sure to get the goods before the caravan moves out of town. They will be selling men’s clothing from the 1930s-1970s as well as clothing from WWII, ladies clothing circa 1940-1970, kids clothes, handbags, art, hats, coats, aprons, and costume jewelry – all from an bygone era.

They wanted to let readers know that “people should just come in, we have had lots of gawkers… and people putting their faces to the window, or walking by five times with their dogs… JUST COME IN! We won’t bite and we won’t force anything on you. Plus, its nice to see people from the hood, and bring your dog in. Oh, and we do not have donuts.”

Prices range from $5-40. Credit cards accepted.

Vintage Caravan is located at 2929 E. 25th St in Minneapolis. It will be open November 1-3 & 8-10 from 12-6 p.m.

Huge thanks to reader Jessica for letting us know about this pop-up shop!

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