Clothes of the Seventies, Tie Dye

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Description: Any shirt or pants or any article of clothing that was put into a tub with colors and was streaked with multipule colors.
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Megan - November 23, 2009 - Report this comment
tie dye was a symbol in the 60's of those who dropped acid. i find it hilarous to see church youth groups all wearing tie dye shirts these days. (sinners!)
Kelly - March 21, 2010 - Report this comment
I had one of these my mom bought for me at a rummage sale or someplace like that. It was a faded tan, brown, it looked like it was soiled. I wore it to school often, one day my dad wouldn't let me out of the house to school because he thought I was wearing a dirty shirt and made me go change. lol
Dean - June 28, 2010 - Report this comment
Tie-dye effects were really popular in the late 60s/early 70s. I had a couple of shirts with subtle tie-dye effects in blues and reds. Tie-dye became popular as part of a revival of interest in traditional crafts that occurred in the 60s and 70s, and we also used to do tie-dye art projects at school and church at the time.
Cassidy - October 26, 2010 - Report this comment
this is gay
viviana - September 25, 2011 - Report this comment
lol cassidy! :P haha this was helpful to my mom we goiing to a paty
Rob Lambert - October 27, 2017 - Report this comment
Two Archie comics with stories on tie-dye clothing from 1969. In one, Betty tries to win a $200 prize for designing a tie-dye T-shirt. Using a spare room in her house, she manages to get dye all over the walls and floor. She wins the $200, but her parents take the money to have the room repainted and floor stripped and varnished. Second story, Veronica's millionaire dad won't buy her a $100 designer, tie-dye shirt. She and Betty use a spare room in Lodge Mansion to make their own shirts. When the girls finish, Mr. Lodge ends up paying $300 to have the room repainted and varnished. Veronica wins her point once again!

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