MOST POPULAR COLORS IN MY RETAIL SALES
RAINBOW...a color that is most popular that includes all the colors (6) fuschia, orange, yellow, aqua, blue, and purple and when these colors come together they mix to make a unique color and is what tie dye is all about, the uniqueness of the combining of the colors, and how it makes you feel. 100% cotton clothing and it durability and comfort is just a bonus!
PASTEL...the rainbow but the lighter versions of the same colors.
AQUA/BLUE/PURPLE...these three colors have been the bigget hit next to rainbow. They are the cooler colors and go great with denim and aren't as bold as some might like but then that is what makes the world go around!
FUSCHIA/ORANGE/YELLOW...just the opposite of above these will get you noticed! The hot colors in this are cool in scrunched and, I think, just awsume in spiral...
ORANGE/YELLOW...the women tell me they get more compliments from men when wearing this combination and they are blown away. I don't understand just passing along the info!
2 TONE BLUE/NAVY...this has become one of the standards in the last 2 years. It is just beautiful and "classy" in so many of the different styles. As far as dresses go I can't keep this peticular color in stock in dresses.
RED/WHITE/BLUE...In the world we live in this shirts represents different things for everyone. I know that I have sold whole families shirts in this design and schools and organizations. The colors say it all in a different and cool way.
ANY COLOR 2-TONE SPIRAL OR SCRUNCH...Great one for sports teams and if you want to "represent" anything. Or even if it's just your favorite color!
Safely Worn Items
Once an item is dyed with Fiber reactive dye, and properly washed to get out all of the excess dye, the dye that is left has become chemically part of the fiber molecule through a chemical reaction facilitated by the Soda Ash fixative. It cannot therefore rub off on you. Babies can safely chew on garments dyed with Procion, and it is even used on cotton diapers. Again, the key is, it has to be thoroughly rinsed and washed after the dyeing process is over. It only comes out in the presence of bleach, which undoes the chemical bond. All other dyes, including "natural dyes", just stain or sit on fabric, and come off over time, both in the wash each time, and on you or your baby.
Tie Dye Colors