What’s hot for the season? The scoop is tie dye is SUPER HOT and colour is the dominant theme. Tie dye fashion has been around since the 60’s with all the glorious rainbow colours. With the advancement of techniques in dying we are now seeing some gorgeous variety of colours being used in the tie dye industry.
Traditionally we had the rainbow colours, which naturally are still in style and always available. However, if you love purple which is one of the most popular colours around right now. There is such a great choice of different styles in purple. Purple can be mixed with such a wide range colours as it has blue pigment and blue can be mixed and matched with any colour.
Boho Chic….The most outstanding trends are the ethnic influence. Bollywood style skirt tie dyed with small bells at the waist tie as well as sequins studded through the skirt. Crinkle skirt that you do not need to iron, not only great fashion but easy care as well. Layered skirts that have different colours in every layer, brightening up your wardrobe. With the Gypsy style influencing our fashion at the moment, which is very feminine and whimsical.
The Wrap skirt….One of the easiest to wear skirts. You can purchase this without trying it on as you can rest assured that it will fit. Wrap skirts, as well as dresses and pants are very Hot in London right now. With all the varying designs they can be a casual look or extremely classy. This means you can be in style both during the day or at night. Some of the long silk skirts can be wrapped as a dress so you are able to achieve fashion on a budget 2 outfits in one.
Tie dyed Hippie Pants…. they are so comfortable and you will be noticed for your great fashion style. They can be worn with tight little t-shirt or for the really casual look with large oversized tops. Fantastic for pregnant women who do not want to buy maternity gear and only wear them while they are pregnant. The shirring stretches allowing you to wear the garment anytime, right at the start and all the way to the end of pregnancy.
Source by Margot C Warren