Tie Dye
On The Street of  Georgetown, SC

Tie Dye

Marsh At Seaport Georgetown, SC

On The Street of Georgetown, SC

I have always been a fan of tie dye for long time. I think the tie dye design is classic. By classic I mean it is the design that stays forever and never dies.

The tie dye technique has been used throughout the century.  Tie dyeing became fashionable in the West in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s as part of the hippie style says wikipidia.com.  In the old days people used natural dyes which came from plants such as roots, berries, bark, leaves, and wood.  But nowadays we use synthetic dyes. It’s a lot cheaper and offers a wide range of new colors.

By the way, I like my cotton tie dye maxi dress.  It’s cool enough for strolling on the beach in the hot summer day.

I wore:
Ocean Breezy Maxi (thrifted), Dillard Hat, Bag (thrifted)




  1. Bonnie @ minimestyle says:

    Fantastic dress, and those photos are gorgeous!

  2. Love these pics. I think you should try more tie dye outfits.

  3. This is such a pretty dress! These photos are really pretty, love the backgrounds.

  4. Bonnie @ minimestyle says:

    Hey lady – I just wanted to let you know that I nominated you for the versatile blogger award today! No obligation to accept or repost or anything, but wanted to let you know that I’m happy I found your blog. :)

  5. This tye-dye maxi is adorable! I really think tie-dye is fun, plus I”ve seen some really cool patterns in it. Your whole look is so cute and easy-going, very bohon-chic looking! :) (And your big handbag is so pretty looking, it matchs the vibe of the dress perfectly.)

  6. Annie says:

    That maxi dress is so pretty – and love that necklace with it!

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