Like it or not, tie dye – the psychedelic print of the 60s – is back! It became a trend especially during the quarantine, in comfortable shorts/t-shirt clothing sets for home. With their colors they made the days spent at home less boring.
Now that things are gradually returning to normal, the activities that ignite joy are still important and the art of dyeing continues to help having positive thoughts. We can imagine it almost like a leopard print, a way to modify fabrics that are otherwise always too similar to themselves, such as denim.
A trend on materials like denim
The tie dye on this type of fabric, for example, has definitely been modernized in order to adapt to current culture.
Today this trend is simpler and more minimal than the versions we saw in the late 60s and early 70s, which featured more colors in one garment than today. The modern tie-dye has fewer and often more subdued color combinations, such as pastel colors or shades of gray.
A tie dye denim jacket
What you see for example in this post is a denim jacket with a monochromatic tie dye in shades of white and black – almost similar to a marbled effect! And even if the denim jacket is one of those immortal garments that we all have, we see it above all in the variant of the original denim color or black. The idea of the tie dye on this jacket can be useful to make the most flamboyant outfits – even the winter ones – more subdued, made from colorful sweaters or trousers full of stripes or other patterns.
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