Brandi Glanville has started selling some shirts in a new webstore that she created. According to Reality Tea, The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star opened up shop to offer just a couple of items that her fans have been asking for. Things seem to be going really well for the single mother of two.
“[The reality] star has been shooting a new season with her co-stars, over-sharing on her podcast, writing for some Australian magazine and raising her two sons. But that is not all! Brandi has also introduced a new app and a t-shirt line. So what is the obvious next step? Creating a singular space where you can shop for all things Brandi.”
Brandi Glanville seems really excited about her new online store. While she doesn’t offer too much, it’s clear that she wanted to start somewhere — and she wanted to capitalize, perhaps, on some of her favorite sayings.
On the site, you can purchase a tank top or a hoodie with the letters “STFU” or “FU” on the front. You can choose from gray or light blue, and the purchase will run you anywhere from $25 to $30. If you want to pick up one of Brandi’s books while you’re at it, you can purchase Drinking and Tweeting: And Other Brandi Blunders for about $18 and/or Drinking and Dating: P.S. Social Media Is Ruining Romance for about a buck more.
So I just found out my web store is going live this second check it out please please! let me know what you think http://t.co/5u1oxVyGjk
— Brandi Glanville (@BrandiGlanville) August 12, 2014
Thank you to all my gals and gays that are retweeting and helping me get my web store off the ground!Its been a long expensive process #luvu
— Brandi Glanville (@BrandiGlanville) August 13, 2014
Brandi is also going to be coming out with her own line of wines. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Brandi was still trying to think up a catchy name for the new alcoholic beverages as of late July. The RHOBH star even took to social media to ask fans to give her some suggestions. It’s unclear if she has since chosen a brand name.
The wine will be made by the same people who created Skinny Girl, which is Bethenny Frankel’s line. Brandi hopes to have as much success as Frankel, but if not, she has her hand in plenty of other things to keep a steady stream of cash flowing in. That is, if people want to buy her stuff.
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