As an adult person, I have always hated tie-dye anything. Living in Austin means I “get” to see it on the young and old alike, on a near-daily basis. Perhaps an oversized, unisex t-shirt, emblazoned with the logo of a popular crab shack restaurant chain on the front and KEEP IT WEIRD on the back, bright rainbow tie-dye all over. This being the predominant tie-dye look about town, I have felt very secure in my disdain for the design.
Fast-forward to today, and all of a sudden I see renderings that I don’t mind. Suddenly I want to buy some. Oh well, what is fashion if not a reason for the children of tomorrow to look back and laugh at us from the safety of their space-pods?
I want to wear all of the following things: