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Vintage 1970's Peace/Anarchy Hippie Patch-Never Used-Deadstock

from Shoptiques

Peace Crop Pant

A new update to the cropped flare, the Peace Crop is crafted in a soft touch stretch twill fabric. Utility accents, such as rear patch pockets, are paired with a subtle fray hem for a signature Sanctuary take on the trend. Wear it now with a crisp white blouse and lace up espadrilles for fresh summer look and wear it later with an oversized sweater and booties for a cozy but stylish fall look!    Peace Crop Pant by Sanctuary. Clothing - Bottoms Atlanta, Georgia

Amy Lee man if I wore white or looked good in it

You do not need a leader | Anonymous ART of Revolution

from SellfishCat

25 Simple DIY 4th of July Crafts With Tutorials

4 of July│4 de Julio - #4ofJuly - #4deJulio - #Patriotic


An entry from smultronstallet

Sfaar cafe-boutique in Tallinn, Estonia

Obihiro Hotel Daiheigen Japan, Asia Stop at Hotel Daiheigen to discover the wonders of Obihiro. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual needs of all travelers. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at the Hotel Daiheigen. Comfortable guestrooms ensure a good night's sleep with some rooms featuring facilities such as television LCD/plasma screen, clothes rack, complimentary tea, mirror, sewing kit. The hotel's peaceful atmosphe...

This is a PEACE embroidered iron-on patch! This patch is 100% embroidered, so it has a smooth satiny finish. It measures 6 (W) x 3 (H)cm. HOW TO USE: 1. Set your iron at Medium to high temperature. 2. Spray Water on the back of patch. 3. Place your patch in the desired position on the fabric surface and place a thin cloth such as a handkerchief over top. 4. Press the iron straight down for 15 - 20 seconds (until the patch is attached to the fabric). 5. Turn inside out and iron again for…

from All That Is Interesting

A Brief History Of Hippies

Vietnam War protesters used denim and cottons as medium for self-expression by adding embroidery, patches, and painted messages to their clothing.

from Playbuzz

What Type Of Spirit Do YOU Have?

In Hinduism, sadhu, or shadhu is a common term for a mystic, an ascetic, practitioner of yoga (yogi) and/or wandering monks. The sadhu is solely dedicated to achieving the fourth and final Hindu goal of life, moksha (liberation), through meditation and contemplation of Brahman. Sadhus often wear ochre-colored clothing, symbolizing renunciation. ’Sādhu!’ is also a Sanskrit and Pali term used as an exclamation for something well done