The Tie-Dye Trend

Remember when you’d tie-dye big t-shirts at kid birthday parties? That fun past-time has returned to the fashion industry in a big way. Colorful, playful, and an easy DIY, tie-dye apparel truly makes a great addition to any closet.

See how these girls work the rainbow:

Aren’t these Rainbow Cut-offs absolutely amazing? Click to watch AndreasChoice DIY video tutorial so you can learn to make your own!

Ashley at Ring My Bell gives off a softer feel with pastel rainbow shorts. Click to view her full outfit post and hype on Lookbook!

Ombre, tie-dye’s close relative, looks stunning on DulceCandy87. Click to view her super easy and affordable DIY video on the look!

These three are just a few of our favorite tie-dyes/ombres. Simple to make, but absolutely stunning when done and styled. What have you tie-dyed or ombre-fied in the past? Let us know in the comments!

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2 Responses to The Tie-Dye Trend

  1. Russ C. says:

    my first tie dying was on sixth grade, but it turned out so weird because it’s all orange, the style is like a big snake at the middle of the white shirt, and it smells like vinegar. :/ i can’t remember where that shirt is, though. O_O because of that, I started to dislike dyed shirts.

    well, i now realized that these kind of designs are actually good when properly made. :>

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