Try a pop of tie-dye with a bodysuit to make your everyday uniform just a bit cooler or layer neon-on-neon as seen at Asai for a bold contrast.
Ninety Percent open-back tie-dyed stretch-Tencel bodysuit ($117, net-a-porter.com)
A pastel-hued palette (à la Prada) is an easy way to wear this trend—pale blues and pinks are the perfect match with a crisp white top.
MM6 Maison Margiela pink tie-dye shorts ($405, ssense.com)
You can’t go wrong with the classic rainbow tie-dye t-shirt as spotted at Collina Strada. Choose a faded cropped take on the OG swirl for a more low-key look.
RTA Rain cotton and cashmere tie dye t-shirt ($200, holtrenfrew.com)
Dior proves that tie-dye can also be sophisticated with their elegant slip dress version. A gradient pattern is refined enough for the daytime and cool enough for a night out.
John Elliott Myrrh slip dress ($650, needsupply.com)
Tie-dye is the new monochrome at MSGM. Wear patterns that mix similar shades for the best of both trends.
Proenza Schouler PSWL tie-dye tank top ($175, ssense.com)
Courrèges makes our denim jacket dreams come true with this minimally tie-dye utilitarian look for an ideal seasonal transition piece.
Topshop tie-dye military jacket ($27, topshop.com)
Get vacation-ready with a sherbert-coloured mini dress, like this Stella McCartney runway version. Wear it with lace-up sandals and a mini wicker bag for the only outfit you need this summer.
Rhode Ella dress ($515, shopbop.com)
Tie-dye doesn’t mean you have to wear a rainbow, as seen at Eckhaus Latta. For those whose wardrobe falls strictly within neutral tones, denim is a good way to try this trend without committing to the colour.
Levi’s summer culottes ($140, levis.com)