I don’t know about you, but my wardrobe is bursting with lots of lovely items that I just don’t wear anymore. I figured it would be good to pass them onto a new, loving home via the medium of an Etsy shop. To that end I’ve started a wee shop called The Vintage Scot, which you’re welcome to follow and check out :) It’s just a small shop as the plan is to pass on my pre-loved and well-worn (or not so well worn) vintage finds.
I regularly clear out my cupboards with bags of donations for charity shops (like here and here), but some of the garments I spent cash on via vintage fairs and so forth, and it would be nice to recoup some of the costs.
Sooo, at the moment I have this wonderful vintage tuxedo dress shirt on the shop. I bought it as I loved the pleats, but haven’t had it on for a good while, so it’s time for a new owner. £16 odds for an original 1960s dress shirt isn’t too bad, right? See it here.
It’s not all clothing, though. I have this gorgeous Norwegian casserole dish that I just absolutely love on the shop. I’m hoping to move house soon, so need to downsize some of the crockery I am currently in ownership of, so this is up for grabs too.
So feel free to have a quick mooch around. Maybe you’ll see something you like? :) It’s by no means a career move, but it is fun to see people enjoy my already-loved garments and items!