Prints will be big in 2021, with colourful stripes, checkerboard and bold florals set to be the most popular in fashion – but is tie dye still in style this year?
The bold print grew in popularity last year, with many of us grabbing our colourful loungewear sets as an easy staple to wear in lockdown.
Tie dye has been knocking around for a few years now, leading many to ask whether it’s finally had its day. Read on to find out.
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Is tie dye still in style in 2021?
Prints are set to be big, bold and colourful this year, with 80s-style florals, monochrome checkerboard and rainbow stripes set to be amongst the most popular – as well as tie dye.
The staple was seen time and time again during the SS21 catwalk shows, with Dior, Gabriela Hurst, Dries van Noten and TOGA sending their own iterations down the runway.
Fortunately for those on a budget, the high street has countless affordable tie dye options, while many small businesses creating homemade tie dye designs have emerged during the pandemic too.
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Where to buy
Long Sleeve Peace Love Tie-Dye Top, £29, Urban Outfitters – buy now
Swimsuit, £25.99, H&M – buy now
Emmy Dress, £35, Weekday – buy now
Eddie Long Sleeve Tee, £42, Reformation – buy now
Hayleyh Logo-embroidered Bucket Hat, £110, Isabel Marant at Matches Fashion – buy now
Sweatshirt in blue tie dye, £25, Noisy May at ASOS – buy now (sizes 16-24)
Joggers in blue tie dye, £17.10, Noisy May at ASOS – buy now (sizes 16-24)
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