3 runway-inspired ways to wear tie-dye
The elevated tie-dye trend is just the psychedelic touch your fall wardrobe needs. And it’s surprisingly wearable.
1/6© ImaxtreeThe unlikely (but totally chic) pairing? Tie-dye and pastel.
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From left to right: Calvin Klein Roll-Neck Long-Sleeved Top ($395), at matchesfashion.com; Mango Zip Pocket Slim-Fit Trousers ($39.99), at mango.com; Raquel Allegra Tie-Dyed Cotton-Blend Jersey Tank ($230), at net-a-porter.com; Thomas Sabo Little Secret Disc Bracelet ($65), at thomassabo.com; Thomas Sabo Little Secret Infinity Bracelet ($46.50), at thomassabo.com; Marni Grey Pointed Half Boots ($1,360), at ssense.com.
Ellery fall 2017© ImaxtreeWearing the print head-to-toe offers maximum impact. Opt for a romper and layer neutrals for a look that works IRL.
From left to right: Rebecca Taylor Velvet Jacket ($788), at rebeccataylor.com; Tie Dye Jersey Playsuit ($39.21), at topshop.com; Ted Baker Bria Rose Gold Crystal Cluster Earrings ($57.20), at houseoffraser.co.uk; Erickson Beamon Geometric Crystal Choker ($680 USD), at themodist.com; Biradia Velvet Boots ($79.99), at callitspring.com.
Balmain fall 2017© ImaxtreeBalmain designer Olivier Rousteing proved that the groovy print can work after hours. A tie-dye band tee is the easiest way to dress up the trend.
From left to right: Hilfiger Collection T-Shirt ($215), at tommy.com; N21 Contrast Embellished Pencil Skirt ($989), at farfetch.com; Natasha Schweitzer Revolution Hoop Earrings ($546.92), at natashaschweitzer.com; Marc Jacobs Multicolor Small Polka Dot Snapshot Bag ($480), at ssense.com; Robert Clergerie Leather Shoes ($650), at bergdorfgoodman.com.