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Where to shop in Tampa Bay: Neiman Marcus beauty fair, vintage sidewalk sale, Indie Flea

NEW, NOW NEXT: Trending Beauty Fair

Feeling like your beauty routine needs an update? Head over to Neiman Marcus at International Plaza for the Trending Beauty Fair. Let experts from top beauty brands show you what's new. Juice Beauty, Kat Burki, Koh Gen Do, Bio Effects and Indie Lee are among the featured skin care lines. Since nutrition and beauty are related, vendors will hand out healthy treats and smoothie samples. Spend $125 and get a Neiman Marcus silver tote. Free. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday. 2223 N West Shore Blvd., Tampa. (813) 342-3790.


Suburb Pop, a popup event company, brings a shopping, art and food experience to Factory 114 — Channelside, a co-working and event space, this weekend. Art Pop features a makers market, galleries with work by local artists and small businesses. There will be live painters and photo walls, as well as bites from local restaurants and a bar featuring slushed drinks. Free. Noon-4 p.m. Saturday. 114 S 12th St., Tampa.

VINTAGE FIX: The Alley's Sidewalk Sale

The Alley is a row of antique and vintage shops in Belleair Bluffs. While it's already fun to poke around for treasures in each of the shops, it's also fun to save money, which you can do at the Super Saturday Sidewalk Sale. Find upcycled and renewed pieces from Chloe's Home Decor, Lemon Tree Vintage Market and Shabby2Chic. Or check out Antique Alley, which also sells plants, fresh flowers and gourmet foods. Add to your wardrobe at Reloved Resale, which offers lightly worn vintage, contemporary and designer clothes. Free. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. 596 Indian Rocks Road N. (813) 494-4295.

DIGGIN' THE SCENE: Tampa Indie Flea

It's as much about the scene as the shopping during the Tampa Indie Flea. You couldn't ask for a better setting than Armature Works, with views of the Hillsborough River and Tampa's skyline. Then there's the plethora of choices to eat and drink from at Heights Public Market. And the Indie Flea does raise the cool factor with a curated selection of 100 makers with goods including letterpress, vintage wares, leather goods and succulents. Free. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday. 1910 N Ola Ave.