I was a flower child in the ’60s. Two of my favourite fashion trends at the time were flowers and tie-dyed clothes. I dabbled in tie-dying and turned a plain white T-shirt into a work of art.
When I saw this dress on Jean’s Drizzle & Shine website and Instagram, it reminded me of my T-shirt, same colours. Only this dress is far more stylish with bell sleeves and I love the addition of lace and tassels. far out — as I used to say!
When something is cool, you say Far Out! Often used by hippies.
You can imagine my delight when the dress arrived in a package that Jean sent.
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I wore it with black thrifted booties to go shopping at Hudson’s Bay on the weekend.
I was looking for booties and found this cute pair of velvet (non leather) booties with a floral print.
Silver necklace with flower, butterfly and dragonfly, and peace-sign earrings and rings for a ’60s vibe.
I can’t wait to get back to Seattle for another shopping spree!
Happy Thanksgiving to my American friends and family!
Let’s support small businesses and ethical clothing.