Don’t Miss the Huge Vintage Pop-up Market in DC This Weekend

And other shopping events to check out.

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M by Mind in Motion Pop-up

Hit up Union Market this weekend to browse the activewear collection, M by Mind in Motion, designed by Leigh Weinraub, an action-based therapist and motivational speaker. The apparel, which features words, such as “breathe” or “move,” written upside down, was initially inspired by Weinraub’s attempt to calm down a tennis player by printing the word “breathe” along the hem of her shirt, so that whenever she felt nervous and looked down, she’d remember to take a deep breath. Weinraub will be on hand to premier the collection and to lead a free Walk and Talk class on Saturday, July 25 at 9 AM. The pop up will run July 23 through 26 at 1309 5th St., NE.

Instant Vintage 78 Guys & Dolls Pop-up

Be one of the first 50 shoppers at this vintage shopping extravaganza to grab a swag bag–but even if you’re busy brunching, stop by Penn Social Saturday afternoon for vintage vendors from DC, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and Philadelphia at this market hosted by DC-based Etsy boutique Instant Vintage 78. In addition to the vintage goods, handmade products will be on site for sale, which you can shop while sipping from the cash bar and rocking out to the live DJ. Come dressed to impress in your best vintage attire for a shot at the “Best Dressed” prize. The pop-up will run from noon to 4 PM on July 25 at Penn Social, 801 E St., NW. RSVP to attend.

Kendra Scott Store Opening at Bethesda Row

The Austin, Texas-based jewelry line Kendra Scott has officially landed in DC territory with the Bethesda Row store opening on Saturday. Stop in to browse the summer collection as well as the Fall 2015 designs to add a pop of color to your ensemble with the bright stone pieces, or try your hand at the Color Bar to design your own accessories. Shoppers who spend over $50 will receive a free gift–the classic Danielle earrings in mint. The new store is located at 4835 Bethesda Avenue in Bethesda.

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Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.