This is how you can put your love for tie dye in the forefront

Tie dye prints which were in the rage during 70’s were bail out on joining the extinct list of fashion as they cope up to appear atleast once in a while at parties and festive seasons. As fashion hooks to its definition – it’s a process of recycling trends, now in this 21st century, tie dye has made it’s come back more effectively with the possession of the current fashion staples; energy inducing style, mind endearing creativity and the inseparable spark it innately has. Despite the tie dye pattern always happens’ to look the same, the way it’s getting carved is changing the appearance frame of the silhouette.

Latest burgeoning brands like Mint Blush and others are thriving hard to see the tie dye trend topping the list and their fresh take on tie dyes has unveiled a new era for an elegant and sporty look.

Celebrity tips to get the edgy look with tie dye


To take the centre stage, make sure to pick a plain saree and pair it up with a tie dye blouse with no frills like Regina Cassandra. To stretch look to perfection, remind to add a choker in silver tone.


…and here’s the vice versa version of the above style – a tie dye saree with totally plain blouse


It just takes a jiffy to add a dab of glamour to a generic look filled up with all black – a tie dye scarf.


You could look like a butterfly full of color with these kinda vibrant and classic tie dye front slit kurtas teamed up with a pair of straight palazzos.


A neatly structured designer dhoti pants is all it takes to spark your tie dye obsession. Look how Neha Dupia draw our eyes with her traditionally cosmopolitan look.


If you’re limiting tie dye only to tops, bottoms and scarfs, blur the boundaries with optimal spill of tie dye on the jacket like what Lavanya Tripathi did.


The game of swirling has got much elegant as Hansika Motwani clad in a flowy palazzo and bright tone kurta.


If you can’t get over with just a single tie dyed piece, impersonate the style of Athiya Shetty with some quirky jewellery.