Friday, 10 April 2020

It's All About Tie Dye!


"Tie-dye but make it chic" - She Who Conceals


Originated from the revolutionary 60's, most people tend to associate tie dye as part of the signature hippie aesthetic that made its dominance during the infamous era. Its bold & vibrant colours plus its "resistant" nature in the use of dye are all necessary factors that contribute to the whole appeal with the classic print. *Now let's mute down the formality chileee*. I won't not lie to you, of all the prints in the world, tie dye is probably my least favourite of them all. In regards to my personal style, I tend to stay away from prints that are deemed  casual, bright & busy. Tie dye is all of those things to me honey. Personally, if it's not streamlined and minimal and well... expensive looking, then it's not for me. Period.

However, when you have brands like Zara who understand your dilemma, they have the power to make you think twice and they sure did with this show stopping piece. Every Monday and Thursday, when Zara publish their daily new in pieces (knowledge from an ex Zara Sales Assistant!) that 30 minute browsing session is pure heaven. Essentially, coming across this Printed T-shirt added to the experience.

As someone who loves muted/monochrome colour palettes, this was the perfect tie dye print for me and my personal style. Paired with Zara's signature high waist belted trousers and some heeled mules, I wanted to elevate the look and add a sense of formality that could be worked as an everyday look. If you want to add a pinch of tie dye into your wardrobe that is also super versatile, then this is the perfect item for you. Check out below on how I styled this piece, until next time!





Details

When In doubt, wear a jacket...


Fini


T-shirt - Zara
Trousers - Zara
Mules (Alternative) - Ego
Leather Jacket - Select
Pouch Bag - Asos 



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