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First Look: Free People's New Hand-Dyed Dress, Top Line

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Free People, Anthropologie's hippy little sister, will debut an eco-friendly line of dresses and tops on Monday, which happens to be Earth Day. The line is called Maheya, meaning 'from the earth,' and each piece is colored with natural dyes derived from marigold flowers, rhubarb, lilac, natural indigo, pomegranate skin, and annatto seeds. Sounds like you can add a headband to your braids and you're good to go, but if deep, deep in your flower-child soul, you're thinking, "There are not nearly enough flowers involved in this collection to pique my interest," each piece comes with a seed paper hangtag printed on 100% recycled paper that when planted, will grow into wildflowers. Get the pieces for $90 to $520 at Free People on Monday. · 29 Pictures of Festival Hair Inspiration, Courtesy Jennifer Behr [Racked]
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