If fighting the crowds for Black Friday deals wasn’t in your weekend plans but you still need to figure out holiday gifts (reminder: Hanukkah starts December 11), look no further! We have 160 gift ideas in our latest Shop-A-Matic, in case you couldn’t find exactly what you were looking for in our 500-item gift guide. We visited three of our favorite flea markets, along with their respective neighborhoods, to hunt down some creative finds. On the Upper West Side and in a bind? Check out Greenflea for personalized stationery, vintage furniture, and more. Brooklyn Flea has a Nolita outpost, Gifted, dedicated to crafty wares. In Brooklyn, the Old American Can Factory hosts the Market at the (OA) Can Factory, a Sunday-only market featuring local area designers, many of whom have studios in the building. Check out these flea-market finds along with other quick and easy last-minute gifts here, and click ahead to see our picks.
Vintage Gold-Tone Bolt Tie Clip
Why We Like It: A slightly tarnished finish adds character to an offbeat tie clip that’s a quirky alternative to traditional straight silver pins.
Save School Tee by Christopher Sauvé
Why We Like It: One hundred percent of the proceeds from the sale of the tee will be donated to the Fund for Public Schools, which benefits NYC public schools.
Belt Buckle by Devils May Care
Why We Like It: Designer Jamie Greenberg creates limited-edition belt buckles featuring her photography printed on canvas. Each buckle is a part of a 250-piece run and is individually labeled.
Crushed Glitter Magic Wallet by J.Crew
Why We Like It: A perennial J.Crew favorite is covered in sparkles for the holidays. Slide any necessary cards and a few dollars into one and slip it easily into tiny evening clutches.
Sonia Sonia Rykiel Gloves
Why We Like It: Colorful stripes inject some winter cheer, while extra-long arms keep arms toasty on cold and blustery days.