You may have worn it during your childhood, and your parents during their youth. Now tie dye is trending, and a new generation is enjoying its comeback.
Stella McCartney T-shirt, $429. When Cindy Crawford’s model daughter Kaia strutted down the runway in a tie dye boiler suit to open Stella McCartney’s spring/summer 2019 collection, the fashion world went bananas. matchesfashion.com
Steve Madden crossbody bag, $90.38. If you’ve already partaken in the tie dye craze and are wary of going there again, an accessory might be more your style. amazon.com.au
Tie dye phone case, $19.95. This is what happens when 21st century technology and designs from yesteryear collide. sportsgirl.com.au
Love swimsuit, $119.95. Beach fashion is the perfect place to dip into the tie dye trend. olympia.de/en
Guess x J Balvin Vibras Hoodie, $129.95. Channeling a 1990s vibe, this is part of a range that’s a collaboration with Colombian reggaeton singer, J Balvin. shop.guess.net.au
Monochrome shift dress, $30. An easy breezy dress to be worn during your downtime. prettylittlething.com.au
Miura II framed art print, $130. Equal parts coastal cool and tie dye perfection, the print is on a polyester/cotton canvas stretched around a 38 millimeter timber frame. karibouartco.com.au
Studio Oh! sticky notes, $14.95. When tie dye infiltrates stationary, it’s a clear sign the once hippy trend now has wide appeal. Available at Officeworks.
Black gym leggings, $30. A fun touch to what would otherwise be boring gym gear. prettylittlething.com.au
Pendant cushion, $34.95. These days, the kaleidoscopes of colour can also be introduced into your decor without it resembling a beach shack. zanui.com.au
Linen tablecloth by Shibori, $240. Tie dying originated during the 8th century in Japan. Known as Shibori, this Sydney-based company of the same name apply the craft to everyday items. thestore.com.au