Colby runs a historical blog that she frequently attaches photos to. These photos often feature Colby in costume, pertaining to that specific topic. Some of these costumes give us serious spooky vibes, like this one from July.
The “American Pickers” star dressed up in an Art Deco-style collar and headpiece while holding a gorgeous purple feather fan. The purpose of the post is to showcase the fan, which Colby wanted to feature in a Puerto Rican event along with the rest of her ostrich fan collection.
The fan is obviously gorgeous, but we also appreciate the look as a whole. It definitely fits in with the costumed vibes this Halloween season.
Earlier this week, the “American Pickers” star also pulled out some old photos from her “first iterations” of a cheetah costume. This past Saturday, Colby posted one picture in the sleek and sexy costume.
“Happy #caturday all you cool cats and kittens! I have so many variations of this costume and you can see the evolution of it on my Patreon. Go check them out and let me know which you like best before I take this baby to @dirtyshowdetroit in February,” Colby captioned the post.
The very next day, she posted another variation of the cheetah costume. Instead of a plain backdrop, this photo’s background features a gorgeous Italian villa-style vibe, complete with an in-ground pool and tiled deck.
“This cape makes me feel Phan-tastic. 😉 Get it?? Like a phantom…. Anyway! The rest of this beautiful photo set is available now on Patreon,” Colby wrote in her caption.
‘American Pickers’ Star Danielle Colby Celebrates Her Best Self
“American Pickers” star Danielle Colby isn’t afraid to get philosophical and reflective. She recently posted a photo of herself standing in the middle of a road, with no costume or elaborate outfit. Colby accompanied the post with a lengthy but thoughtful quote from poet C. Joybell C.
“The person in life that you will always be with the most, is yourself. Because even when you are with others, you are still with yourself, too! When you wake up in the morning, you are with yourself, laying in bed at night you are with yourself, walking down the street in the sunlight you are with yourself,” Colby’s caption reads.
She writes, “What kind of person do you want to walk down the street with? What kind of person do you want to wake up in the morning with? What kind of person do you want to see at the end of the day before you fall asleep? Because that person is yourself, and it’s your responsibility to be that person you want to be with. I know I want to spend my life with a person who knows how to let things go, who’s not full of hate, who’s able to smile and be carefree. So that’s who I have to be.”