How to wear the tie dye trend
Today’s post is on how to pull off the tie dye trend! It’s one that suddenly emerged and at first I wasn’t paying attention to it at all (because frankly, I don’t love tie dye a 100%) but then it started growing on me. I will still say with a 100% certainty that I am not into every single variation of this pattern out there, but this particular sweater I am wearing, yes, I am a fan of it 🙂
I got it a few months back at Nordstrom Rack during Black Friday sale. I like that it has a waist length and that the tie dye is only that small accent on it rather than taking over the entire sweater. The triangular shape is also very cool and I love that there’s neutrals there too, like the white and black.
I know tie dye can be a bit much but because here it’s only that small accent, I decided to wear my green striped pants hoping that the stripes and tie dye is not too much together. You be the judge of that 🙂 but I think I like the green both in the sweater and pants. To me, it’s not too much but I am of course a color wearing person so color and patterns are never too much for me LOL! 🙂
I keep forgetting I have these Maison Scotch pants my closet though… but whenever I do put them on, I am so happy! I really am! The finishing touches on these are just amazing (which you can’t really see yourself) like the lining, stitching, etc. I love details like that – when you know the label really cares about making their garments very special and those details are just as important.
Back to the tie dye… do you like it at all? I feel like I might just stick to tie dye in small doses just like my sweater LOL! But I will say this, when wearing a full tie dye pattern on something, keep the rest pretty basic and in a solid color. Tie dye pattern is busy enough that I feel like it needs the rest of the outfit be neutral so it can really shine through!
Wearing: A.L.C. sweater (a Nordstrom Rack find; similar here, here, here, here, and here); Maison Scotch pants; Sam Edelman block heel sandals (very similar here, now for $17!!); Zara bag (similar here and here).