These amazing wool shirts, in buffalo plaid pattern, have been in use for decades and decades. And fortunately for me, they're back in again. This one is gorgeously vintage, worn-in to perfection and is for sale in my store right now. I always stock them when they become available. Always. So if I'm out, never fear. I get them in regularly. This one is so cool because it show a little wear of age, due to oxidation. Makes me love it even more. Think of this as history. A great patina. You can't buy it that way new.
And nearly everyone looks good in plaid ...especially buffalo plaid.
Winter Sweaters in the Shop It's hard to believe for me, but on November 30th, 2010 I began my foray into the world of Etsy vintage. A lot has changed since then. And I don't mean just in the world. I mean in Etsy itself. When I opened shop a decade ago, there were so few sellers compared to now, and things sold much faster because there was such little competition. But competition is good. It makes us more creative and promotes grit: both of which are necessary for growth and success. And I have to say, this has been THE MOST creative, fun, rewarding, and exciting work I've ever had. I took a hobby and learned to make a little profit from it on the side. Even though this is a business for me now, selling vintage is still my hobby. While it's nice to monetarily benefit from it, it isn't the only reason I do it. The reason I sell vintage is simple: I love vintage. I want to preserve it, research it, wear it, love it, talk about it, and naturally, I want to sell i