Tie dye as we know it became popular in the United States in the mid 1950's. It's most commonly thought of strictly for the patchouli scented hippies and the era of free love...until now. Tie dye has done a lot of growing up over the years and now lends itself an air of sophistication that is purely bohemian chic at it's best. Swirls of soft hues feel light as air while the earthiness of the tie-dye patterns keep you grounded. The perfect addition to your spring wardrobe...you'll look tie-dye for!
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