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When we think Velour, who is the first person that comes to mind?
I will give you a hint, she is tall, blond, and her last name rhymes with Milton.
Yup... you guessed it; it is Paris Hilton!
We all know what velour is and how CUTE they are as a pair of tracksuit sets, but do we really know where it came from and how it made its way back to the 2020s?
Well, I am here to tell you that the 90s are back.
Most people agree that velour fabric first came from somewhere from the Far East, which was carried along the legendary Silk route by Arabs to Europe. In the 1970s, velour gained its popularity as a fabric clothing as well as upholstery.
This year’s tie dye collection is effortlessly cool, designed with a long sleeve top and shorts with pockets and drawstrings that match. Be on trend this season with the chicest tie dye print set! The colors we chose are more sophisticated, allowing you to go from the music festival to the beach.