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Author Topic: How do I get Steampunk clothes when I have no money?  (Read 68798 times)
Anita Reyes
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« Reply #325 on: January 21, 2017, 07:19:33 pm »

I visit the flea markets(in México there are a lot) in La Lagunilla in the historical centre of the city is an street market where you can buy a lot of things from late 1800s and earlys 1900s to the last year. This is where I go but there are plenty more around the country
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« Reply #326 on: January 29, 2017, 03:16:46 am »

I visit the flea markets(in México there are a lot) in La Lagunilla in the historical centre of the city is an street market where you can buy a lot of things from late 1800s and earlys 1900s to the last year. This is where I go but there are plenty more around the country

Wow, that's so cool! I wish there were more flea markets in my area. There's one that comes around every summer and I've found some pretty good (and weird) steamy stuff there, but I've never found anything actually antique and worth buying. Jealous!
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