Truly, Etsy is the greatest place on Planet Earth. There, you can acquire a set of five "Comme des Garçons" iron-on logo patches with which to craft your own knockoffs. There, you can purchase a homemade skirt that inexplicably mixes polka dots, blue camo and an embroidered rendering of Johannes Vermeer's "The Milkmaid," which Eliza bought on Monday morning at 9:51 a.m. ET. It ships from the Netherlands in one to two business days and is one-of-a-kind — honestly, for good reason — so SUCK IT, NERDS! But seriously, is this not the most delightful and debatable thing you've ever seen?
There is good news for you, critical commenters: shop owner "Mieke" has plenty more in store. Perhaps you'd like a "cheerful" miniskirt partly covered with that famous self-portrait by Vincent Van Gogh?
Or this one, featuring Rembrandt's "The Night Watch"?
I'm sure you would. I'm also sure some of you are going to try to heave me off the fashion Internet for writing this post. Please leave your hate comments about my ugly skirt below!
Please note: Occasionally, we use affiliate links on our site. This in no way affects our editorial decision-making, even when it really should.