If you are a fan of vintage upscale jewelry, clothes, antiques, and so much more then you can't miss the Vintage Market Days of St. Louis happening this month!

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Vintage Market Days of St. Louis is set to kick off once again on September 16th and stay open through the 18th, and it is all happening on both floors of the St. Charles Convention Center at 1 Convention Center Plz St. Charles, MO 63303. So what exactly can you expect from the Vintage Market Days of St. Louis? Well, on their website they say...

"Vintage Market Days of St. Louis is an upscale vintage-inspired market featuring original art, antiques, clothing, jewelry, handmade treasures, home décor, outdoor furnishings, consumable yummies, seasonal plantings and a little more...The market will provide the guest with a very special shopping experience with over 100 vendors to shop, featuring LIVE music and the best St. Louis food and snack vendors."

The site goes on to mention how you can get tickets to the event for a discounted price if you buy them early online by clicking here! Or you can just pay $15 at the door on Friday, $10 at the door on Saturday, and $5 at the door on Sunday, but we all know why the price drops as the days go on... For complete information on the Vintage Market Days of St. Louis just check out their website by clicking here!

This is the type of event I would have to just take cash out before I go and stick to my spending budget because I know when I arrive there are going to be thousands of dollars worth of stuff I can't afford but will want very badly...

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