Halona and I have been wanting to hit up the Hester Street Fair since we heard about it last year but never got to it until yesterday. So we took the Munchkin out for a little excursion down to the Lower East Side. It was small, smaller than we thought it was. You can see in the photo, two rows of booths, and there is one more row to the right, and it extends to the back about 15 booths down. I thought it would be in a huge lot or something, I don't even know why! LOL Maybe I misinterpreted the photos I've seen from other people who went. Anyways, it was fun regardless! We ate some, had some lemonade and I bought the Munchkin a handmade stuffed raccoon from Hazel Village, which they monogrammed! I think I love it more than she does LOL I only took a couple of photos, it was too crowded and the Munchkin was getting a bit ornery.
The first thing we saw was this little stand outside the entrance with nail polish! So immediately I was drawn to it. It was an indie brand Cirque Colors. They were just alright, I didn't find them to be anything special or wow. They were priced at $12-16 dollars which I found kind of overpriced but it was fun to see -=D
I saw something else that caught my eye AND my nose! Filthy Farmgirl, homemade 100% natural soaps! They smelled awesome! Too bad I don't like using soap, or I would've bought some. The names are hilarious! Well that's all the pics I took from the Hester Street Fair, if any of yous are in NYC and haven't been there yet, it's worth a visit. There's food towards the back but we already ate lunch so we didn't indulge but they all smelled pretty good.