My Summer of Soap

Shopping List for Summer of Love Trendoids: *Fringed Minnetonka boots *White Wayfarers *Layered thrift-shop necklaces (also okay from H&M...) *Miu MI
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Shopping List for Summer of Love Trendoids: *Fringed Minnetonka boots *White Wayfarers *Layered thrift-shop necklaces (also okay from H&M...) *Miu MI
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Shopping List for Summer of Love Trendoids: *Fringed Minnetonka boots *White Wayfarers *Layered thrift-shop necklaces (also okay from H&M...) *Miu MIu maxidress And... soap? That might be taking dedication to another level. We spotted hippie favorite Dr. Bronner's soap at the Lower East Side restaurant Freeman's over the weekend, which lead us to contemplate the lengths one goes to achieve a fashion lifestyle instead of just a look. Dr. Bronner's became an iconic brand in the 60's and 70's when the company's emphasis on social responsibility, and the use of certified organic materials struck a chord with the original flower children. And every guy we've dated says he used it at summer camp. Their soap is instantly recognizable by its two-tone label, covered in company values and scripture. And since the soap comes in no-frills scents like lavender, eucalyptus, and peppermint, we can add "natural" to the list of principles scrawled across the bottle. So here's the question: If you're dedicated enough to buy a $1000 dress in celebration of the Love Summer, can you also suck it up and use $6.50 biodegradable soap? --ALLIE MERRIAM