Flea Market Girl is the brainchild of painter and photographer Paco Montestruque. Montestruque began designing jewelry in his Southern California studio apartment. He soon started selling his unique creations at festivals and flea markets, among other places. The urban chic vibe at these places intrigued him and the style became a theme for his jewelry line. As an ode to this influence, he named his jewelry line "Flea Market Girl."
As his brand developed, he joined forces with his fashion designer wife, Carolina Sabogal. With Carolina's help, the couple enlisted social networking and generated new designs to strengthen their line. They eventually produced a wholesale line complete with a website.
Flea Market Girl has a style for everyone whether it is bohemian, edgy, or conservative. They mix and match materials such as leather, brass, and semi-precious stones to create distinctive pieces that cater to anyone's personal style. Always on-trend, Flea Market Girl continues to produce versatile, fashionable pieces.