I am addicted to Ebay, Etsy and any other online shopping website. Basically every website that sells something. But most of the time, I am on Ebay or Etsy at 4 a.m. adding things to my favorites and watch list. Then I’ll come back the next day and realize that I added crap to those lists and have to start all over again. I also always have something coming in the mail. The mailmen really know me. Etsy and Ebay always have amazing finds. It definitely pays off when you spend hours and hours looking for something, and you end up getting a cropped Alexander Wang sweater for a steal!
Anyways, Grave Robbers Vintage is my friend Annie’s Etsy store. She asked me a couple months ago to help with her site, and I accepted the challenge. Oh, side note: I am not writing this post entirely because I wanted to post pictures of myself wearing cool outfits that Annie picked out that make me look so cool. Whatever, I’m a dweeb. So Annie puts me in all of her clothes, and I am freaking because I have to stand there awkwardly in front of a camera. This is where my modeling career started and ended.
Back to the clothes! The clothes range from leather pants to 60s bikini sets to suits. Why wouldn’t you want to wear a hot pink suit with a crop top to a bar and sip on whiskey cokes? Why wouldn’t you want to do that? It sounds like a great time to me. Or you can wear this Ted Lapidus Haute Couture to every single day of your life. You can to wear it everyday, drink tea, smoke and walk around your house and towards the window so the light can hit you at a perfect angle. …I am very aware that I’m pushing the cheese.
In addition to all the vintage, she is also selling one-of-a-kind pieces she made. Like this bustier, which is my favorite thing in her shop, that took lifetimes to finish and this studded Virgin Mary oversized tank. Annie runs her store from Austin and ships all over the world. You can order 24/7, too. It is the internet.