Tie Dye Clothing

Well we couldn’t really claim to be a Fair Trade hippy clothing shop without selling some tie dye clothing now could we. Currently we stock both tie dye T-shirts and tie dye vest tops.  All of our tie dye stocks comes all the way from lovely Thailand and we are always expanding our clothing range to include more and more tie dye products.

Each one of our fair trade tie dye items is hand dyed in Thailand.  Every tie dye shirt or vest top is unique as the technique used to dye materials means the results are going to be different every time.

Fair Trade Tie Dye T-Shirts

Our Fair Trade Tie Dye t-shirts are made from 100% soft cotton in a variety of colours and sizes. We have so many different colours for you to choose from. The short sleeve tie dye t-shirts look amazing and will help keep you cool on the warm summer days. Perfect for lounging at home, on the beach, on holiday or wherever you want to wear them. What a way to stand out in the crowd.
The long sleeve t-shirt are made as above from nice soft cotton however they are long sleeved instead of short which makes them the -shirt of choice for the Autumn and Winter months.

Fair Trade Tie Dye Skirts and Dresses

Wearing one of our tie dye skirts of dresses really is a sure fire way to get yourself noticed. These uber pretty skirts and dresses really are a great way to make a statement and show off your hippy chic side.
All handmade making them all something special. We have may different styles and colours for you. We have short skirts and dresses, long skirts and dresses and also some 2 in one which can be worn as either dependant on your mood!
So so many options for you that you really should come and take a look.

In addition to the tops, skirts and dresses we have so much more Fair Trade Tie Dye Clothing for you to see and the range includes, jeans, shorts, hot pants and much more!

For those of you who have not come across tie dye before then here is a brief run down of what it is other than fun and funky!
Tie-dye is a process making something plain into something amazingly bright and colourful. This is usually done by method of tying and dyeing a piece of fabric or cloth which is made from knit or woven fabric, the most common being fabric. Tie-dyeing is accomplished by folding the material into a pattern, and binding it with string or rubber bands. Dye is then applied to only parts of the material. The ties prevent the entire material from being dyed. Designs are formed by applying different colours of dyes to different sections of the wet fabric.  It is said that wet fabric is much easier to dye than a dry t-shirt. Once complete, the material is rinsed, and the dye is set.
How cool – have you or do you know of anyone who has done any of their own tie dyeing before?