Tied & Dyed

Tie-dye prints become popular in the 60's when rock stars Janis Joplin and john Sebastian start wearing tie-dyed printed shirts in their gigs and shows, they actually did their own dyeing. Most of us wore tie-dye prints during summer because of it's fun bright colors but I guess it also works with sweaters.

My tie dyed sweater, at some point looks like a holographic print  which what I really love about it.

What I wore:

DIY Tie-dyed Sweater 

Mustard Yellow pants

Black envelope bag 

Black Accessories (triangle necklace & bracelets)

Mustard yellow weave shoes with neon green soles 

Photos by: Zali Pinuela

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