With summer in full swing, sporting a bit of colour (or a lot) may be just what you need to lift your spirits. We’ve seen the tie-dye trend come and go, but now, there’s no doubt that it’s back for good.
Some of us have even taken part in the DIY craze that manifested during these past few quarantine months – making more tie-dye socks than we’d ever care to own. Here are some quality tie-dye pieces that are sure to last you through this summer and the one after that, and the one after that…
We love these sneakers from Golden Goose’s ‘Cali Cool’ capsule collection. They’re exactly what you need if you want to add just a little bit of tie-dye to your weekend look. Pair it with cut-off denim shorts and a t-shirt and you’re all set.
On the lookout for a new bikini? Look no further than Tropic of C, supermodel Candice Swanepool’s line of swimwear. Sport the tie dye bandeau and lace-up bikini bottoms for a day at the beach that’s guaranteed to turn heads.
If there are one pair of sandals worth investing in this summer, it’s definitely these Teva-inspired hiking sandals. We love the hand-assembled sandals from Arizona Love that are hand-wrapped with vintage bandanas, so no one pair is the same.
Let’s face it – a beach outfit is incomplete without the right accessories. And while we all know how a basket tote would be a great addition, it’s a standout beach towel that we’re championing this month, like this one from Loewe x Paula’s Ibiza collab.
Paco Rabanne’s creative director Julien Dossena continues to partner with artist Peter Saville for Spring/Summer 2020 with slogan t-shirts featuring thoughtful messages. Slide this orange tie-dye t-shirt over a swimsuit for the beach, or with a silk slip skirt and sandals for a city look.
Handcrafted in Los Angeles, this Brooklyn button down from Cotton Citizen is the perfect shirt-jacket. Wear it over a cropped top and jean cut-off’s, or pair with the matching sweatpants for easy, on-the-go looks.
London-born designer A Sai Ta launched his label in 2017 and has been quick to gain a following for his always-sold-out ‘Hot Wok’ kaleidoscopic tie-dye silk tops. Wear this Asai top on its own, or under an oversized blazer.