Recently a look called ‘tye die’ has been spotted on popular ‘hippie’ celebs like Joe Cocker. It is a multi colored pattern that can be ‘home made’ on a shirt or other fabric.
Thinking about moving 2 San Fran and opening a stand to sell various ‘tye die’ goods. Feel like this could be a way 2 make money/meet ‘flower child hotties’ without ‘learning a mainstream craft’.
Seems 2 be easy enough to make. You crumple up some fabric, die it, and hang it up to dry.
Hope 2 get a hippie celeb like Janis Joplin to wear something I make. This will increase my sales. Worried about how ppl will know it was ‘made by me’.
Should I make ‘tye die’ clothes in ‘plus sizes’ for overweight hippies or should I try 2 only appeal to hot/skinny ones?
Would only making ‘tye die’ in small sizes be going against ‘free love’?
Have you ever tried to ‘tye die’?
Do u think Joe Cocker’s clothes are ‘home made’?
Are you going to San Francisco (via flower in your hair)?
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