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12 Stylish Ways to Wear the Tie-Dye Trend



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If there's one trend that's nearly inescapable at the moment, it's without a doubt tie-dye. The psychedelic print is so big we've actually crowned it the animal print of spring (another trend it coincidentally goes so well with). Well, we weren't kidding when we predicted it would take over the world because now that it's almost summer, we're seeing it everywhere.

The most stylish people in fashion are taking tie-dye and running with it. Below, we've rounded up the very best tie-dye outfits in existence to inspire you on how to wear it along with the pieces to shop if you're game to mix it into your wardrobe. From the sneaky way to wear it to the office to the dreamiest vacation-ready dresses, keep reading to see and shop all things tie-dye.

White sneakers are the key to balancing anything that falls outside of your wheelhouse.

A subtle tie-dye tee goes pairs perfectly with any kind of denim.

Pair this shrunken tee with your favorite high-waisted jeans.

As much as we love our gold hoops, we’re opting for more unexpected accessories this season (like these head-turning double door-knockers) to pair with our tie-dye prints.

A colorful long sleeve can be worn with anything.

It plays well with another major summer trend: sporty sandals.

Never misplace your weekend bag again with this easy-to-spot tie-dye number. 

The kind of pants you can wear to lounge around the house or out to drinks.

On utility shapes, the trend feels especially fresh.

This color pairs so well with beige and neutrals.

The biker shorts we'll wear with everything this summer.

Up next, shop more tie-dye picks from our editors. 

This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated by Drew Elovitz.

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