October 1, 2014


I did some shopping at a “Vintage” store the other day. I found 3 things that I used to own.  That’s just not right. I’m not that old. These were things from the 1980s.  How can that be vintage? Vintage should be the 20s – 60s. Not tacky see-through green sun visors that I wore on my trip to Disneyworld.

I also found one of my old skirts and an awful jacket I used to wear. I better start saving my current clothes. I’ll probably be able to sell those to the Vintage store by next month.



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5 Responses

  1. Geraint Isitt says:

    I think I had one of these in blue. Quality head gear. Classic rock stations are now playing stuff from the 90s. The 90s!

  2. Yes, on the epic vintage marketplace of Etsy, vintage is now considered anything from before 1994. The year I graduated highschool. So depressing.

    • hjonasson says:

      Exactly! I’m too young to be seeing the clothes I used to own in these stores. Of course now I’m thinking I should save everything I’m wearing now. Feels like it will be vintage in just 5 years at the rate things are going.