Now that I am outside more I wanted some sleeveless tshirts to wear so I could avoid getting a farmer's tan while I do my little bit of gardening. I found these great tanks at Eddie Bauer and ordered a few. I didn't like their color choices so I ordered all white and here's what I did with them.
My favorite is the red and black one. Anyone who knows me will not be surprised to see mostly black and gray. After I had the 3 in the frond dyed I thought that people might think I'm depressed so I dyed the blue and red-orange ones to make up for the somber palette of the others. I love all of them. They are very comfortable and I am sure I will wear the out.
Earlier in the summer I bought 2 white tanks from Costco. I decided not to dye them. I wore one yesterday for a grand total of 10 minutes before I squirted cherry juice on it. I really can't be taken out in public much! Those 2 tops will get dyed some color this week. It's clear that white doesn't belong in my wardrobe!
I also wanted a few more regular tshirts for working out and wearing around the house.
I dyed a not-very-successful mandala in the Patriot colors and one super bright one in some leftover dyes from that session.
But my favorite one is this one! I wanted to see how many fish I could get crammed on one shirt. Seven seemed like a good number. I wore this shirt today. It will be my new favorite or all of my tshirts.
Of course this got tie dyeing on my brain and now I want to do more. Maybe I can do some Christmas gifts or something. I certainly don't need any more shirts.