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The Modern Way to Wear "Tie Dye"

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The "Tie Dye" trend is still going strong and shows no signs of slowing down in 2020. But this isn't your mother's  tie-dye, its a new cool, modern take on an old classic.

 

Everyone can wear tie-dye!  Here are some ways you can add tie dye into your wardrobe and look cool, confident, and comfortable. 

  1. Tie Dye & denim = a match made in heaven: Denim is a natural choice to go with tie-dye. Up the ante by going with a pair of jeans with details such as embellishment, stitching, paint splatters. While denim is the easy choice to be paired with your tie dyed top, a pair of faux leather leggings such as these from Spanx adds a cool rather than "crunchy" vibe to the mix.

  2. Pair a graphic or distressed tee with your colorful skirt or jacket: Keep your top simple, but not boring! A solid tee with a graphic or some distressing/cut out detail looks great with your colorful skirt or jacket.

  3. Shoes make the outfit: If Don't be afraid to pair your colored pieces with perforated, metallic, or studded shoes. I recommend going with neutral colors or only touches of color for your shoes.

  4. Add some bling: A shiny statement necklace or long layering necklace are always great choices to add a chic touch to your tie dye.

  5. A colorful scarf makes any outfit: Adding a colorful scarf to an all black outfit, or white shirt and jeans instantly adds a "wow" factor. A scarf is also a great way to embrace the trend if you're not ready to go all in yet! 


    dyetology's guide on how to wear tie dye in a modern way

 

Individually hand-dyed. Natural Fibers. Made in USA. Comfy AF.  





 DRAPE FRONT HOODIE

  
   DRAPE FRONT HOODIE IN
"Bahama Mama"



 

  EASY SHIRT 

EASY SHIRT IN
"Cosmic"




KNIT DRESS

olive and black perfect knit dress

PERFECT KNIT DRESS IN
"Olive and Black" 

 

 

OVERSIZED SCARF WITH FRINGE

oversized blanket scarf in multi colors
BLANKET SARONG SCARF IN
"Candy Land" 



 

Individually hand-dyed. Natural Fibers. Made in USA. Comfy AF.  





Thanks so much for stopping by! 

Jackie 
Owner & Designer of Dyetology

Jackie Ayres owner and designer of Dyetology

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