To Dye For

When you think of tie-dye, does your mind  immediately go to Woodstock? Hippies? Patchouli and incense? Well, history proves that tie-dye was around before the “free-love” movement was even conceived. This picture above was taken in the 1920’s and designers everywhere this season are tapping into the tie-dye trend but adding a classic twist.

Look for tie-dyed dresses paired with modern belts and jewelry and, tie-dyed blouses with blazers and cuffed city-shorts.

You don’t have to be a hippy to wear the look. Peace!

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