One of the biggest plot twists to 2020 has been the return of tie-dye, who’d have thought we’d all be lusting over something we wore back in the 90’s?
Some of our favourite bloggers have been showing us how it’s done as some are wearing it from head-to-toe. If you’re not brave enough for a full tie-dye look there are lots of ways to incorporate it into your wardrobe in a more subtle way, and we’ll show you how.
Make like Rosie Connolly and start simple with a t-shirt. A tee is one of the easiest ways to hop on a trend, as it’s such an easy piece to style and it’s also an inexpensive item to buy!
We love how Rosie styled hers really simply with a pair of blue skinnies, but you could also tuck yours into a skirt or layer it under a pair of denim dungarees.
An easy step up from a t-shirt is an oversized hoodie or sweatshirt. We love how Chloe Ormond has styled hers over a pair of shorts with some chunky white trainers for a sporty look.
Chloe got hers from Irish athlete and Biomed student Lara O Byrne who makes the tie-dye looks herself. You can order then via her Instagram.
You could take this a bit further buy choosing an oversized version to wear as a dress. It will look great with runners or a pair of chunky boots.
Now for the lower half. We’re all living in tracksuit bottoms at the moment and there are so many tie-dye versions available right now.
If you’re just getting into tie-dye, a pair like Amber-Rose Gill’s are ideal in a neutral colour of grey and white. There a tonnes of bright, colourful options out there too if you feel like stepping out of your comfort zone.
Tie-Dye All Over
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Lastly, if you’re feeling brave you could go tie-dye head-to-toe like Louise Cooney. She’s gone for a tie-dye tracksuit (which she made herself) which is perfect for lounging around the house in now.
There are also loads of tie-dye co-ords available too with either leggings, or cycling shorts if you want something more summery.