I think it's safe to say that Melbourne loves markets. But they can't be just any old market, they have to have a bit of a hipster edge to them. The Fitzroy Market is no different. I s'pose being in Fitzroy you wouldn't expect anything less. If you're unfamiliar with the area, Fitzroy is kind of like the Camden of Melbourne, minus the canal. I always find that the markets on the Fitzroy side of Melbourne are a bit more affordable than the one's on the other side of the river.
There were some amazing vintage pieces, plenty of designer labels like Ted Baker, Alice McCall and Moschino, and cheap second hand clothing. A lot of the stalls were stocked with beefy woolen jumpers perfect for Melbourne's current chilly temperatures, and lots and lots of interesting shoes.
These floral arrangements for $10 were absolutely beautiful from Love Alice & Co. I mean $10! How can you go wrong?!
Kitty tie! ⇞
Alice McCall dress for $100 ⇞
And last but definitely not least, the food! I bought 5 meringues for $5, including a gin and tonic flavoured one! A red velvet cupcake and a scrumptious Wagyu beef and mozzarella cheese Piadina for $10. I'm definitely going to be heading back to The Fitzroy Market as soon as possible!