When I first started hearing about Tie Dye being back in fashion I must admit I cringed a little. Let me explain myself, for those who are heating up and saying “how could you not like it!” And for those agreeing, let’s take a step back and consider a few things.
Tie Dye today is not the same as it was in the 70’s. I can back that up too. I started out looking and looking with a very biased mind and eye. I was sure that today’s Tie Dye was the same as it used to be. I was sure of it. THEN, I stumbled upon these:
Now I do have to admit that the skirt alone would not be up to par but they attached it to a nice outfit. Still not convinced?
Check out these then:
This one has a nice vibrant coloring to it which makes it more appealing. It is also not a t-shirt or shorts. The colors do not blur together in a rather neutral shade either.
Stay with me now, I have more. I am determined that you can enjoy Tie Dye as much as I’m learning to.
With a front and back view this is encouraging
yet I am not a fan of the sheer skirting attached
to the back of it. I personally feel that it takes
away from the “elegance” of the dress. I must
admit though, the shoes caught my eye first!
And it gets even better. This one has elegance and class. I might consider this dress “dance worthy”.
And here’s one you could actually wear to a nice function or even to work at the office!
I have to add that it does have the swirl of the older Tie Dye but it seems “classier” here.
And speaking of the office….
For those with a more casual style, there are a few for you as well.
As a final coo I add this one last photo.
While I wouldn’t go for the shade shown here, it does tantalize the mind and
tempt one to try it on other hosiery. Maybe Tie Dye white tights/hose?
These are not necessarily Tie to Dye for but they do put a new perspective on an old fashion idea.
I hope you find this new old fashion interesting enough to go out and “try it”. Maybe by next Tuesday?
If you do choose to, be sure to come back and share your experience with us and some photos too.
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