Domeseck’s Proenza Schouler-inspired project is totally spot on for Spring and great if you’re the crafty type. But if you don’t have the time or are just too ADD like myself, no worries. Plenty of designers have put their modern spin on this 70s-inspired trend.
Tie-Dye can be a veeeeeery slippery slope, my friends. So keep in mind these few tips on how to avoid looking like you’re going to a Phish show:
*A lil’ dose will do ya’. Stick to one tie-dye piece and keep the rest of your outfit in neutral or same-family colors – and AVOID RAINBOW TIE-DYE AT ALL COSTS!!
*Go preppy and pair with a blazer, tight mini skirt and oxfords
*Get a laid back look and wear under an oversized cardigan, skinny jeans and Chucks
*Top off tie-dye jeans with a light-colored, airy, oversized men’s shirt and tough black wedge booties