Our findings in flea market

Our findings in flea market

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Denmark is definitely a second hand culture, where more than half of the population buy used things, especially popular flea markets. They do it for a variety of reasons: to save money, avoid overuse, find unique thing with its stories or buy things that they cannot afford.

In other cultures it is not that appropriate to brag about bought used things, especially clothes and toys for the kids, cause they believe that kids must have everything that is the best and new. However, since each year second-hand culture is fast growing  in Denmark, there is no shame to brag about it, contrary, people become more willing to boast about used thing that they find.

Danes use different “channels” to buy second hand things: Facebook group s, second hand stores, mobile apps, flea or antique markets and bazaars. Today we have been in a local Langå (city name) market, so called -“loppemarked”. Thus, I would like to share my findings, although, I knew this time what I should look for – newborn rompers and other baby stuff.


Our shopping bag:

  • 8 baby rompers
  • snowsuit
  • Baby bed set
  • 3 baby hats
  • nursing bag
  • 3 new unopened breast pads
  • carnival costume
  • 2 pillows
  • winter shoes
  • a bag of lego

Total budget – 425kr. (57 euros)

flee market

flee market

flee market

flee market

 

flee market

 

flee market

flee market

 

flee market

 

flee market

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