We can only dream of warm weather and sandy beaches it seems, with this strange cold that won’t seem to get the hint. But one way to inject a bit of summertime into your wardrobe is with an old classic that’s making a comeback.
Tie-dye is making its way into the Spring/Summer collections on the high-street, off the catwalk and I’ve also seen and heard about T-shirt company start-ups on the rise, that are using this type of design as their starting point, so we may be seeing these psychedelic patterns for a little while longer.
1. Ann Demeulemeester Maxi Dress, £534, Farfetch 2. Blue Tie Dye Print Kafkan, £60, River Island 3. Evil Twin Epidemic Dip Dye Tunic, £35, SpoiledBrat 4. Tie Dye T-Shirt by Jody Shafton, £15, Asos Marketplace 5. Kimchi Blue Tie Dye Canvas Lace-up Platforms, £38, Urban Outfitters 6. Textile Elizabeth and James Tie Dye Print Low-Rise Skinny Jeans, £190, Net-A-Porter
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