I jest, I got snapped recently by my dear friend and op shop volunteer at my favourite op shop. I always love my visits and I'm always happy to seize and opportunity to give them a laugh, even if it's at my expense and ridiculousness. I never need a disguise when I visit there and if anything, if there's shop stock on the floor they think might take my fancy it is always pointed out to me, they've known me for a few years now so they know my tastes. It's always nice to be thought of and considered. I'm looking forward to my relationship growing with them as there will be some projects I will be working on with them in coming months.
Talking about disguises, it's a funny little world out there when your sourcing vintage especially if you have a business in that scope and field. When you get around the traps you frequently start to recognise a lot of other people out who are sourcing vintage for their little niche businesses too. Believe me I've seen others try all sorts of different disguises and approaches to being the one to nab a much sort after item first.
I've recently seen some of the "regulars" around the traps, whilst I have been sourcing too. This is snapshot of just some recent treasures that are making their way to my Etsy