I have always been inspired by the past decades excellent taste for fashion; especially a time where bohemian flare was a must. Tie-dye is no longer a vintage piece found in the sixties along with bell-bottom jeans and great batik prints.Thank the heavens! We can all go on now to pretend we are at Woodstock with circular sunnies and flowers in our hair. Sadly, that is no longer the case but today's tie-dye is just as swell. Modern day designers like Elizabeth and James spruce up the tie-dye design by pairing it wtih bright colors and skinny pants. Runwaydreamz is known for making tie-dye fun and fresh with their high-waist shorts everyone is craving.
With all the D.I.Y. projects dominating the internet through pinterest, fashion blogs and instagram there was no surprise to spot these adorable tie-dye shorts on campus. Whether these were dip dyed herself or not, they look fantastic with a classic white tank. This Fashionista made sure not to go overboard. She stuck with matching accessories like the skinny gold belt and a gold watch.
Here is the 411 on tie-dye: You can easily make a statement with tie-dye. This is why tie-dye can either be tough to pair with or a quick style success. When thinking tie-dye, think basics. Any basic color garment opposite of the tie-dye. A red tee or tank in this case would add some unexpected drama while staying simple. Stay away from bold jewelry that could possibly drag the eye away from the pattern. Stick with timeless pieces that will keep this tie-dye modernized and revamped.