21 buys to help you embrace the tie-dye trend, whatever your style

No you haven’t been transported back in time to the age of free-love and flower power. It’s 2020 and the tie-dye trend is back with a vengeance, reworked and remastered into a more wearable everyday print. Here is our selection of the best – there’s something for everyone.

How to embrace the tie-dye trend

asos tie dye sandalsFable premium sporty leather sandal in blue tie dye, £32 (was £40), ASOS

From OG’s Teva, to Prada’s Nomad, this style of sandal is everywhere and it’s incredibly versatile, with more colourways and fabrics than you can count. This ASOS tie-dye pair are ticking all the boxes.

Shape Enhancing Bandeau Bikini Top, £24, Next

Multi Belted Bikini Briefs, £16, Next

Tie-dye in neutral tones is stunning, and looks perfect on beachwear (sitting-by-the-paddling-poolwear)

Bleach Tie Dye Mom Tapered Jeans, £39.99, Topshop

On paper tie-dye jeans sound less than desirable, but this stripped-back minimal interpretation is great for summer.

 

 

Tori Tie-Dye Midaxi Dress, £55 (was £110), Monsoon

You wouldn’t usually associate tie-dye with occasionwear, but let this dress be the exception to the rule. We love the delicate yellow tones and soft fabric. So elegant.

 

Dusk Tie Dye Denim Jacket, £45, Weekday

A playful take on the classic denim jacket. Pair with a flowy white sun-dress for extra wow-factor.

Benno Dye Tee Dress, £64 (was £128), All Saints

We love a mix and match. This sleek tie-dye slip dress comes with the perfect accompanying crop t-shirt.

 

Twisted Vacation Chuck Taylor All Star, £60, Converse

These just scream summer fun. The festivals may be cancelled, but donning a pair of these and blasting your favourite songs will do for now.

 

Espadrilles, £9.99, H&M

A great interpretation for those of us with a monochromatic wardrobe.

Oversized Trousers with Lilac Tie-Dye, £29.99, Pull & Bear

The tie waist. The loose fit. The cropped length. Not only are these a flattering shape, the delicate splashes of colour are to die for.

Tie-Dye Denim Bermuda Shorts, £25.99, Pull & Bear

Basically, Pull & Bear are bossing the tie-dye trend.

Tie-Dye Dress, £39.99, Oysho

Easy breezy blue.

Tie-Dye T-Shirt, £26, BIKIND

A small brand specialising in tie-dyed sweaters, t-shirts and vests. They sell-out fast, so check-in every Friday at 8am for new stock.

Tie Dye Sweater, £83.97 (was £119.95), Scotch & Soda

Inspired by surfers and hippies of 1970s Hawaii, this is for all the die-hard tie-dye fans out there.

Tencel Dip-Dye Maxi Skirt, £80, Ninety Per Cent

Colour-blocked tie-dye keeps things simple.

Long Sleeve Tie Dye Romper in Linen Cotton, £33.95 (was £69.95), Gap

Like clouds in the sky.

Vans Old Skool Aura Shift Multi True White, £64.99, Office

You can’t go wrong with pastels.

Wren Black & Tan Tie-Dye Blouse, £80, East

Sustainable fabric and made by hand.

Tie Dye Maxi T-Shirt Dress, £60, Damson Madder

Made from 100 per cent recycled cotton.

Wouf Tie Dye Scrunchie Multicoloured, £12, Smallable

Yes even hair accessories can’t escape the trend

Don the trend and stay safe.

Feature by Stephanie Sofokleous