Tie Dye or Not To Dye?

You might not know this, but tie-dyeing did not begin in the 1960’s with the hippie movement.  Tie-Dyeing has been around since as early as 500 A.D. or so.  There are many techniques and styles of Tie-Dying, including Spiral, V, Random, and Random Circles.  Who knew?  Do you wear tie dye?  I do, but sometimes feel like I belong in the 60’s.  Do you own anything tie-dyed?

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  1. I love you blog!! Who did you background and banner? I would love to maybe get something done like this for me!! Your blog is one of the reasons I started my own, I look forward everyday to reading your blog, such inspiration.

  2. I love your new blog design. It’s so you!
    I have photos of myself and my kids wearing t-shirts that I tie-dyed in the sixties. I went on a binge and tie dyed everything that was white!

  3. I am not a big fan of tie dye. I do like some of it but most just does not do it for me.

    Love the new design by the way :)

  4. I had no idea it’s been around as long as that. I quite like the look of tie-dye and if I could get my hands on that blue and white dress, that would be the best


  5. I love tie dye…especially in the summer months….
    That low vback dress is unbelievable!! and the maxi is gorg too…what great pics you shared w us here.

  6. I say DO IT!!!!! It’s when you start with the whole rainbow of colors that you get into the whole 60’s look. I love that white and navy maxi on the beach!!! Lovely.

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