Sunday, October 30, 2011

Back to the 60s...I'm a hippie!

This year, I recycled a red pirate vest I wore in Halloween 2010 and transformed it into a brown hippie vest. I used Dylon Persian Blue color dye and it somehow turned the red vest brown... and that's the color I wanted! Besides, I trimmed it into a fringed vest.

As for the bell bottom, I tried Kamdar but couldn't get the fabric print I wanted. One day I suddenly remembered I had a torn floral skirt that I'd not been wearing for ages. Viola! I took it out and cut it into 2 pieces (front & back)

My tailor sew them into 2 smaller pieces. She charged me RM8. I wish I could sew :-P

With the elastic band, it's easy to wear. (I borrowed the tie dyed t-shirt from my sis-in-law)

Hip...Hip Hippie...Hooray!!

I should have decorated my guitar with some floral print but I was just too busy to do so.

My sis-in-law gave me a batik fabric for my hippie headband.

Glad I found a peace symbol pendant too. Hippie loves peace :-)


Anonymous said...

Oh, the guitar you're holding in the photo here is a classical guitar ! It ain't a folk guitar as in the days of hippies !

Flowers children ?

reanaclaire said... creative you are! so where are u holding the 60s concert? I wanna be there... LOL..

Sunny-Cookie said...

That looks great on you! Yeah baby, Peace to you too! lol

Joyful.Mum said...

You are so creative, Yuin Ting! Your girls inherited your creativity quality! And imagine wearing your new hippie outfit to Tesco! Surely you will attract a lot of attention!

YuinTing said...

Hi Anonymous, thanks for your comment.
You know a lot about hippie culture...were you a flower child? I fell in love with that era after watching Mama Mia :-)

Hi Claire, so if I were to hold a 60s concert, will you be my special guest? We can sing the Beatles & ABBA songs together, sure our tickets will sell like hot cakes, ha ha!

Hi Sunny-Cookie, thanks for your compliment. Peace to the world!

Hi Joyful.Mum, thanks! I think if we give kids the freedom to explore, all will become very creative.
If I wear that hippie costume to Tesco, I'm sure my son will remind me to bring a mask along. He will say, "Mom, it's public embarrassment!"
Teenagers are just so concerned with what others think.

eugene said...

Woostock,flowerpower,make love and no war, the Beatles,the Hollies and your last two pictures really are so synonymous with the 60s ..

Now next post,pleas show us something about the 80s ya...


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YuinTing said...

Hi Eugene, in my next post, you're going to see greek goddess, egyptian queen, cat woman, gypsy etc but none from the 80s!