The long awaited Grammah post that i've been wanting to share is finally up. I apologize for the times i referred to Grammah like as if everybody should have known about it. There is really no reason why i took such a long time to get this up but i hope the introductory of Grammah will help. Fingers crossed.
Grammah is the finer and lovelier version of the typical vintage shops that i've been to in the states, like American Vintage in LA and a couple others that i mentioned before. I was born in the 90s, never belonged to the vintage era but the atmosphere(design of the shop and the music played that were popular during the era) led me to imagine myself living in the 60s. Grammah actually gives me an impression of how shops in singapore looked like back then, which most vintage shops around don't.(Notice the keyword: singapore)
The pleasant, rustic and surreal feeling that i get every time i enter the shop allows me to have the best shopping and playing experience. Despite the fact that i enjoy shopping for vintage things very much, situations in vintage shops can be quite daunting, the eeriness that gets to me helps with the curiosity and appreciative or sensitivity to things because of the tensed up nerves. Curiosity now aroused, things were to get even stranger, you know.
Anyway, Grammah is having a twenty-five percent discount off apparels and homewares because it's the year end- the love of a grandparent to the little grandchildren. Isn't tis the season to be jolly!
Fa la la la la, la la la la!
Photos by John Tan
Earrings & dress from LA-Pasadena, Bag from NJ, Shoes from NY