There are fewer aesthetic crimes worse than bad tie-dye, and there is so damn much of it out there too. But there is also such a thing as good tie dye, and you can find it if you stick to a couple of rules, and locate pieces with no more than two colors on the same garment, and with mostly symmetrical patterns. This Claire V sweatshirt is such a good mood in an article of clothing.
This quilted jacket from Emerson Fry could be a pretty clutch transitional piece this spring.
I’d think this sleeveless tee from Raquel Allegra would be aces peeking out from under under a blazer.
Three stripes at the hem on this easy dress endow it with just the slightest hippie girl vibe.
I’d wear this cocoon dress with leggings and a shrunken leather jacket.
A cute tote with a winning sentiment.
Good American is a clothing brand that’s owned by a Kardashian so I want to dislike it, but the truth is, they consistently deliver wearable pieces at good prices and in a wide range of sizes. Like these leggings, in the most awesome mustard yellow.
I like how symmetrical the pattern is here.
This modal sweatshirt would be perfect for a workout-then-brunch situation, when that type of situation again exists.
This easy cotton dress is both a steal and seriously cute.
I’d wear this sports bra for non-sporting activities, and let just a bit of it peek out from under my top.
There are more than two colors on this long-sleeved tee, which goes against my tie dye rules, but the colors are so faded out that they don’t overwhelm.
I’d wear this chic body-con dress with an oversized cardigan to camouflage all my chunkier bits.