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Sunday, February 23, 2014

love culture clothing

The culture began with a pro-nature movement that was against war. Hippies were tolerant of others and abhorred violence. They were inspired by nature and sought to use it in everything they wore. The hippie culture focused on spreading love and peace during a volatile time. Clothing items made out of raw textiles such as hemp and cotton became very popular for developing hippie fashions. During the 60s young people began creating their own styles and wearing clothing that appealed to them. Often, clothing styles were determined by individuals adding a home-made element to an item.

Popular styles were tied dyed clothing, colorful shirts worn with bell bottom pants that hugged hips appreciatively and free-flowing dresses or skirts. Hippies were known to accessorize with beaded headbands made with a leather straps, beaded necklaces, leather vests and hand-made sandals.

love culture clothing

love culture clothing

love culture clothing

love culture clothing

love culture clothing

love culture clothing

love culture clothing

love culture clothing

love culture clothing

love culture clothing

love culture clothing

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