Out of the American Pickers stars, Danielle Colby is definitely the most interested in unusual oddities and rarities. When it comes to a pick, the weirder the better for Colby.
For a person into burlesque, early 1900s fashion, and more, Colby has found her niche. That reflects her own style and flare as well. So, it makes sense that the picker would be into the Halloween season. The spooky, scary, and creepy time of year is here all month long.
Over on Instagram, she gave her fans a sneak peek at what to expect in the upcoming month.
“Jeepers Creepers! Where’d ya get those peepers??? Prepping for October is so fun! Keep your eye out for all of the Halloween content coming to you this month,” the post caption said. “I’ll have more available on my Patreon, too. Creep it real!”
Colby has her own Patreon where she shares exclusive content for fans, including photos, interests, and anything else she feels like. Those that follow her on social media know that she is into dramatic outfits and even more dramatic photoshoots.
When the American Pickers hit the road, and Danielle Colby finds a 1920s miniature or other items, she is going to try her hardest to get it. From earrings to hat pins, retro and vintage fashion is what Danielle Colby loves. It doesn’t surprise longtime fans whenever they see her spot an unusual item and start to drool over it.
Like Mike Wolfe and motorcycles, Danielle Colby loves those early 20th century items.
‘American Pickers’ Star Danielle Colby Selling Posters
There is one picture that Danielle Colby’s fans have taken to more than others. In fact, it is so popular she is selling posters of the image. Getting a little extra merchandise out there for her loyal followers. It was back in September when she first posted the over-the-shoulder photo. Since then, she has posted it again.
“Head to my website to get your very own signed poster of this beautiful image by @madisonhurleyphotography,” the most recent post read.
When she originally posted the photo, Colby included a deep message on her photo. When you live in the middle of the country, something as simple as a hot bath can make all the difference when you’re feeling low.
“There must be quite a few things a hot bath won’t cure, but I don’t know many of them. Whenever I’m sad I’m going to die, or so nervous I can’t sleep, or in love with somebody I won’t be seeing for a week, I slump down so far and then I say: ‘I’ll go take a hot bath.'”
After a good long trip for American Pickers, a hot bath is likely the perfect thing to get those miles off your shoulders.