Outfits replete with kaleidoscopic colours became a rage in the 90s and the trend is still going strong. The classic tie-dye technique, usually seen on ethnic wear in the iterations such as bandhani and leheriya, has now paved its way into our contemporary closet. Regardless of your style, these abstract patches bring life to the outfit which is why we're crushing over them again.
As everyone could use vivacious outfits in these dull times, here are some tie-dyed styles worn by fashion influencers that you need to get your hands on. Pin these pieces and take inspiration for the upcoming festive season.
For everyone who's searching for the perfect ethnic wear for the fast-approaching festive period, take a look at this tangerine saree by Akanksha Gajria. We love how Juhi Godambe has kept her look uber-minimal by wearing simple oxidized jhumkas. A great addition to your Navratri wardrobe for sure!
Maxi dresses dipped in bright dyes? Yes, please! Pick pretty bandhani pieces that you can definitely wear during festivities. Style it just like Aashna, who paired classic danglers and bangles for a traditional look.
We can't put a finger on what we love the most about this style - the vivacious green hue, the contemporary silhouette, or the statement bandhani dupatta. Aaliya from The Image Code inspires us to opt for similar dupattas with our otherwise-minimal outfit. If you're pro an all-traditional look, style it with temple gold earrings; or go for pearl-drop ones.
Santoshi Shetty’s skirt steak is the perfect amalgamation of age-old tie-dye technique with modern silhouettes. If you're longing for a beach vacay (P.S.: we all are), start your reserving contemporary styles like these for later. Don't forget to pair your oversized hoops that will look like a perfect match with these sets.
This purple and pink tie-dye sharara set by Akanksha Gajria hits the right note for a peppy wedding festivity. We're taking styling cues from Shereen Sikka and wearing our favourite chunky oxidized chandbaalis to make the overall look boho-chic.
Natasha Luthra sizzles in this clamp-dyed polka-dotted dress by Ka-Sha. Since we can't have enough of billowy dresses (especially for this unseasonal heat), this serves as a must-have. We'd like to wear minimal tiered necklaces with dainty pendants with this style, what do you think?
Trishala SikkaThis pristine anarkali by Nadima Saqib is equal parts head-turning and elegant, which perfectly resonates with Trishala Sikka's style aesthetics. The minimal mirror embellishments and sequins perfectly complement the abstract tie-dye patches. We absolutely LOVE how the blogger made glass bangles her statement accessory. Finding these tie-dye outfits extremely chic? Let us know in the comments below.