Tie-Dye for Inner Hippies

Embraced by Hippies during the 1960s, tie-dye was a favorite among young people as a way to express their free-spirited nature. But did you know that during the Great Depression, pamphlets were distributed on tie-dyeing as an inexpensive way to add color to fabric? Tie-dye was in style long before we discovered it, practiced in Japan, China, and India using boiled flowers, berries, and roots.

Still a fashion staple, tie-dye is a hot trend for spring and summer. Tie-dye continues to be a great choice for girls who love to express themselves through fashion and stand out in a crowd.



Is your little dreamer dreaming of the days of summer? This Baby Sara dreamcatcher dress with fringe is a must. This beautiful tie-dye pattern is the perfect combination of pink, purple, and orange. She will beat the heat in this trendy sundress.


Ready to make a splash? Don’t forget about swimwear. She will be a hit at the beach or poolside in this adorable fringe tankini by To the Nines. Just add water for a perfect summer day.

Is a tankini, not her style? No problem, we have hundreds of swimsuits in every style and color under the sun. Whether you are itching for summer or heading out of town for spring break we have popular, color saturated designer threads for your little hippie.

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