Tie-Dye has been a trend for years but with the help of quarantine and 2020, tie-dye has officially replaced floral as the official print of Summer.
The future of fashion as we know, is much more comfortable fashions.
That means tie-dye, along with many other simplistic styles are here to stay.
We’ve seen tie-dye all over Instagram and even on some of our favorite celebrities including Rihanna!
If that’s not enough to convince you, then there’s several more ways to make it work for you.
Modern day tie-dye now features bolder hues and darker selections.
Styles are now even available in loungewear sets, biker shorts, dresses, and even cop tops!
Let go of your ordinary basic tee and embrace what all there is to offer!
One thing I’ve realized about tie-dye is that it’s great for everyBODY.
The illusion makes you look ultra slimming so if you’re not a fan of bright colors because of your size, I’d suggest you try tie-dye until you learn to embrace you.
Tie-Dye is not only chic, but comfortable and can be worn at home, out to the grocery store, or even on vacation.
(Whenever that happens)
Whether you’re planning to add more loungewear to your closet, or just want to try out one of summer’s hottest trend;
Discover 3 Stylish ways to incorporate Tie-Dye into your summer wardrobe.
Go for a Dress
A great way to incorporate tie-dye in your wardrobe is by starting with a dress.
Pair your dress with sandals or dress it down with a flat.
One of my favorite styles to rock when it comes to tie-dye is a maxi dress.
There’s truly nothing more slimming or sexy than a maxi dress dress.
Try a Maxi Skirts
Just like maxi dresses, maxi skirts are just as giving and allows you to mix and match with your favorites.
A great way to elevate your look is by pairing with a statement summer blouse.
Cold shoulder, tube, and crop tops are perfect pairs!
Go Bold & Bright
There’s just something about brighter hues and darker shades that makes all the difference!
We’re so used to pastel tie-dye that we forget to take advantage of other combinations.
Some of my favorite color combinations to try for tie-dye are:
Red, White, & Pink
Dark Pink & Orange
Cobalt Blue, Yellow & Green
Orange, Navy Blue, & Neon Pink