Oh, so busy. Busy being busy. Busy not being busy. Not be confused, of course, with “getting busy.” (I’ve always hated that expression, by the way. Such a lurid, middle-aged dude with a van and a mustache kind of a ring to it. Ew.)
For one thing, you can now buy Classy Broad hats and scarves in an actual brick-and-mortar shop! Wanna see my new Spring line? Here ’tis (click to enlarge):
Can I just take a moment and tell you how much I hate modeling my stuff? I dislike being photographed, but I do it out of necessity (1. time: I have limited time for photography and so I do it quick and dirty; and 2. money: I can’t afford to pay a model). When I’m modeling, I don’t know what to do with my face or my eyes or whether to smile with teeth. I have kind of a goofy smile and this little vein pops out on my nose. This doesn’t bother me at all — I like my interesting, kind of wonky, lopsided face — except I’m pretty sure veiny noses and toothy smiles do not sell handmade items. I’m not sure if what I’m doing does, either, but hey, I work with what I’ve got, you know?
Anyway, what you’re looking at (other than my dime-a-dozen, refusing-to-look-at-the-camera Etsy shots) are lightweight caps that make the transition from spring to summer (if you live in an area with mild summers, you know what I’m talking about when I say the nights can get chilly). Same with the scarves, which are really not scarves, but convertible cowl/shawl/hood things, made of lightweight, soft and warm fibers and one-of-a-kind vintage buttons. You’ll be able to buy these in person and online at Distinct Designers.