It was the 70s …perhaps too much recreational drug use is the reason for these?
Perfect for the man in your life – your husband, your boyfriend, your lover – I am sure they will be thrilled. The designer recommends wearing on the beach: “you will look eccentric and attract attention“.
…this is a “paper” yarn crochet wedding dress. Yes, I said wedding and I know you don’t believe me. The designer suggests a petticoat under it if you feel it’s too much without it. Your call of course.
These poor guys having to endure these outfits AND hold hands.
A side pose to make sure your lady bits don’t become the center of attention.
As opposed to the fake individuals of course. It’s the perfect wording for selling this don’t you think? Cost? $2,000.
Extravagantly mixed art yarns in the colors of the Aegean are the quintessence of this signature freeform tunic. An endless variety of never repeating ornaments elaborately sculptured ruffles, meander & floral designs create a captivating look and luxurious opulence.
And instead of throwing it in the garbage, this seller wants to give you the privilege
of buying their “rainbow of love vessel” … yes, I know you’re scratching
your head but this seller really did use those words to describe the yarn barf.
Don’t you hate it when your fingers ruin a perfectly good photo? It’s not like you can’t take another and delete that one, right? I, for one, always enjoy bad lighting, finger shadows and doorway shots especially when I’m looking at a listing that is selling for $625.
I wish I had thought of this! Crochet a king size blanket then throw in just ONE pillow case and a set of sheets and guess how much you can charge?
Makes sense right? I knew you’d understand. And in case you were wondering, the blanket for $16,000.00 has been marked down to $15,000.00 probably just in time for Christmas. Mighty festively generous of this seller!
Happy Holidays all!
This hat is described as Christmas, crochet, creative, green, unusual, festive, funky and crazy.
We went with crazy as the #1 adjective for this one.
…goes bad don’t keep crocheting it. Put the hook away.
It never fails, these designers always throw around the word “haute couture” for these “things”.
Ain’t nobody fooled by the use of French.